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March 28th, 2015 - It was a wild and turbulent outing for Tyler Reddick in the Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway (Martinsville, Virginia) on Saturday afternoon. Despite the challenges and tribulations that the 19-year-old driver faced, he would manage to record a fifth place finish.

Qualifying positioned Reddick starting seventh on the grid for the event at the famed, 1/2 mile oval. He was running just outside the top five in the early stages of the event, when contact from another competitor sent Reddick spinning. He would receive minimal damage in the incident and was able to rejoin the tail of the lead lap. His bad luck wouldn't be finished for the day though.

On a mid-race restart Reddick's Broken Bow Records #19 BKR/Draw-Tite F-150 would struggle to come up to speed, resulting in contact from behind by another driver. After a few laps NASCAR mandated Tyler to come to pit road to have the body damage on the rear of the truck repaired.

Reddick again joined the tail of the lead lap and rebounded in the closing laps to a fifth place finish.

With three rounds complete in the 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series campaign Tyler is now second in the standings just two points removed from the lead. Full results from the event as well as the latest standings are available at www.NASCAR.com.