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1September 30, 2017 - The Use Your Melon, Drive Sober 200 brought Tyler Reddick and the Chip Ganassi Racing #42 Broken Bow Records Chevrolet Camaro to Dover International Speedway (Dover, Delaware) over the weekend.

Reddick was looking to carry over his recent momentum with the NASCAR XFINITY Series as he looked to tame the track known as "The Monster Mile."

Tyler and the team were extremely excited after qualifying positioned him 5th on the starting grid for the 200-lap affair at the one-mile, concrete oval.

Tyler had a strong car for much of the event, despite battling a tight condition during stages 1 and 2. Unfortunately late in the race the setup slipped away on his #42, and he ultimately suffered a shredded right-rear tire.

Reddick's late-race bad luck resulted in a 26th-place finish.

"Our finish definitely wasn't indicative of just how good of a car we had," Reddick noted. "The setup got away from us late but we were pretty good for most of the event."

Full results from the event are available at www.NASCAR.com.

1September 23, 2017 - Tyler Reddick had a career outing on Saturday afternoon in the VisitMyMyrtleBeach.com 300 at Kentucky Speedway.

The talented young racer took the Chip Ganassi Racing #42 Broken Bow Records Chevrolet Camaro to Victory Lane for the first time ever in NASCAR XFINITY Series competition.

The Chip Ganassi Racing driver took control of the lead 74 laps from the finish and never looked back. He finished 14.540 seconds ahead of teammate Brennan Poole.

“I don’t know if it was necessarily me making a statement, it was just Chip Ganassi Racing making a statement,” said Reddick, who earned the triumph in his 15th XFINITY Series start. “Me and Brennan (Poole) were really fast all night.

“We had a really fast car last weekend, our mile-and-a-half program has been unreal. Mike Shiplett (crew chief) brought me from ground zero all the way to here. All the guys at Ganassi have gone above and beyond in helping me become a better driver.”

Reddick, who hadn’t led a lap in his previous 14 races this season but led a race-high 66 laps Saturday night, added, “To be here today is surreal. We had such a really fast car the last time we were here, to be able to bring it to Victory Lane, I knew the car was capable.”

Full results from the event are available at www.NASCAR.com.

1September 14, 2017 - JR Motorsports announced today the addition of Tyler Reddick to the team’s NASCAR XFINITY Series program in a multi-year agreement that begins with the 2018 season opener. The 21-year-old Reddick will pilot JRM’s fourth full-time entry in pursuit of the NXS championship next season.

Reddick, a native of Corning, California, is a three-time winner in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series who finished a career-best second in points during the 2015 season. His journey to NASCAR began with an impressive five-year stint in the dirt late model ranks. Reddick followed up with a transition into ARCA and NASCAR K&N competition, winning in his series debut in the latter at Rockingham Speedway in 2012. >>READ MORE

1September 8, 2017 - Tyler Reddick returned to competition in the Chip Ganassi Racing #42 Chevrolet Camaro on Friday evening at Richmond International Raceway (Richmond, Virginia). The talented young driver took part in the NASCAR XFINITY Series-sanctioned, Virginia529 College Savings 250.

Qualifying for the event found Reddick earning the 25th-starting event for the 250-lap affair.

Self-admittedly, Richmond is a track that Tyler is still trying to fully figure out. During the event he kept his nose clean before finishing one lap down in the 17th position.

"I really enjoy running Richmond International Raceway," Reddick noted. "Too bad I haven't figured it out yet. A lot of learning left to do there, but overall it was still a good run for our team."

Full results from the event are available at www.NASCAR.com.

1September 2, 2017 - The Labor Day weekend brought Tyler Reddick to Darlington Raceway (Darlington, South Carolina), where he took the Chip Ganassi Racing #42 Chevrolet Camaro into battle in the Sports Clup Haircuts VFW 200.

NASCAR XFINITY qualifying resulted in Tyler earning the 12th-starting spot for the 148-lap race at the track known as "the Lady in Black."

Reddick ran a smart race at the grueling, paper-clipped oval before crossing the finish line in the 16th spot.

Full results from the event are available at www.NASCAR.com.