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1July 23rd, 2014 - A rainy Thursday found Tyler Reddick returning to his dirt track roots with a trip to Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) for a mid-week special. However, this time it wasn't in a Dirt Late Model as he piloted the Broken Bow Records #19 BKR Motorsports Ford F-150 into battle in the 2nd Annual 1-800-CARCASH Mudsummer Classic at the historic oval.

With a unique format in place for the event that included time trials and heat race action Tyler earned the eighth spot on the starting grid for the 150 lap slugfest via preliminary action. On a very slick and tricky surface Reddick ran in the top ten for much of the race before sliding back to an eleventh place finish at the checkered flag.

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1July 11th, 2014 - The American Ethanol 200 was held at Iowa Speedway (Newton, Iowa) on Friday as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series invaded the one mile oval.

After a strong showing in practice Tyler qualified 16th fastest in time trials for the 200 lap event in his debut at the facility. Despite starting close to mid-pack Reddick progressively worked his way through the field as the event progressed. By the time that the checkered flag dropped he was credited with a ninth place finish, which marked his second top ten finish of his rookie season.

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1July 6th, 2014 - Tyler Reddick made his first Dirt Late Model start of 2014 with a UMP Summernationals event on Friday night at Fayette County Speedway (Brownstown, Illinois). The $7,500-to-win event drew a field of thirty-four entries, and via preliminary action Reddick earned the fourteenth starting spot for the feature. Unfortunately passing became difficult in the finale, and Tyler would only be able to manage a thirteenth place finish in his Reddick Motorsports #11 Bloomquist entry. (Jim DenHamer Photo)

Tyler Reddick made history on Saturday night at Highland Speedway (Highland, Illinois), where he raced to the first UMP Summernationals feature win of his career. The $10,000-to-win affair drew a field of 43 entries to the tight bullring, and after winning his heat race Reddick earned the outside-front-row starting spot alongside, pole sitter Bobby Pierce. Early in the race Reddick slipped as far back as third behind Pierce and Feger. However, lap 14 found Reddick rocketing into the top spot. He went on to lead the remainder of the 40 lapper to score the victory over Brandon Sheppard, Brian Shirley, Bobby Pierce, and Billy Moyer.

“It’s been a long time since we won a race so this is exciting,” said Reddick, whose only previous triumph in five years of Dirt Late Model racing came in a Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event on Feb. 9, 2011, at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Fla. “This was an unplanned race and here we are — $10,000 richer, won a Summernationals race and going to Haubstadt (Indiana’s Tri-State Speedway) tomorrow to hopefully get another win."

He concluded by noting, "I also really have to thank Rodney Melvin and his crew for getting my car to the track. Without their help I would've never had a chance to win this race."

The weekend concluded on Sunday evening at Tri State Speedway, where Reddick started twenty-first on the grid before advancing ten spots to an eleventh place finish.

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