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1August 25, 2018 - Plagued by brake issues for the better part of the day, Tyler Reddick and the No. 9 JR Motorsports team were relegated to a 34th-place finish in Saturday’s Johnsonville 180 at Road America. It was an uncharacteristic finish for the team but Reddick still finds himself locked squarely into the NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs.

Reddick rolled off in 29th in only the third road-course race of his NXS career. By the race’s third lap, while running 27th, he was already detecting a brake issue and promptly radioed crew chief Dave Elenz to inform the team. In an effort to fix the issue, Elenz called Reddick to pit road to bleed the brakes under the race’s first caution. To compound matters, a pair of penalties were levied on the team and Reddick rounded out Stage One in 35th. >>READ MORE

1August 17, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Food City MidAmerica Jet Chevrolet Camaro, earned valuable stage points at the completion of both Stage One and Stage Two and survived a chaotic green-white-checkered restart to earn a ninth-place finish in Friday evening’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Bristol Motor Speedway. With the result, Reddick remains third in the playoff seeding via his season-opening victory at Daytona International Speedway with four races remaining in the NXS regular season. >>READ MORE

1August 11, 2018 - As the laps wound down in Saturday’s Rock N Roll Tequila 170 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car course, Tyler Reddick had a ton of momentum and was looking at a top-five finish. A lap-60 skirmish in front of him saw the 22-year-old California native advance to fifth, but it came with a price.

As he swerved to miss the spinning Justin Allgaier, Reddick was clouted from behind by the car of Matt Tifft. The contact ahead put him in the top five, but the resulting damage popped the right rear tire on his Nationwide Children’s Hospital Chevrolet. To make matters worse, he spun out entering Turn 4 and high-sided his Chevrolet on the curbing. After getting a push to the pits, Reddick’s day was finished. >>READ MORE

1August 4, 2018 - Tyler Reddick, driver of the No. 9 Nationwide Children’s Hospital Chevrolet Camaro, overcame a wide variety of weather conditions and two pit road penalties to earn an 11th-place finish in Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Watkins Glen International. With the result, Reddick remains third in the playoff seeding by way of his victory at Daytona International Speedway in the season opening event with six races remaining in the NXS regular season. >>READ MORE