Reddick, 22, Gets Hot When It Matters Most, Why 2018 Season Was Wild

HOMESTEAD, Fla – The driver that won the first and last races of the 2018 NASCAR XFINITY Series season won the championship. Fitting right? Well, if you take the races in between in account, it was a wild season with an unlikely champion. Christopher Bell won a series leading seven races this season. He set a new XFINITY Series rookie record for most wins in a single season. He also led a series high 759 laps too. But, he wasn’t crowned champion after Saturday’s Ford EcoBoost 300. 

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Pit Call Helps Reddick, Hurts Custer As Reddick Wins 2018 XFINITY Series Championship

HOMESTEAD, Fla – The 2018 NASCAR XFINITY Series championship was signed, sealed but on it’s way to be delivered to Cole Custer. The final pit stops cost him and but helped Tyler Reddick secure the victory in Saturday’s Ford EcoBoost 300 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway and take the championship instead. Christopher Bell was fourth among the four Championship 4 drivers heading into the final pit sequence, so he hit pit road a little early with 59 laps remaining. That sparked the final pit sequence to start which prompted Reddick, who was…

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Reddick Looking To Bookend Season By Winning Season Finale, Give No. 9 Chevrolet 3rd Championship In 5 Years

What a crazy season its been for Tyler Reddick. He narrowly beat his JR Motorsports teammate of Elliott Sadler in a wild season opening race at Daytona. The margin of victory was a tie. He would go nine starts before he’d score his next top five finish, a fifth place run in early May at Dover. From there, it would be 14 more starts before Reddick got his No. 9 Chevrolet into the top five of the final finishing order. That’s right, Reddick had just three top five finishes in…

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Top JRM Options For No. 9 Chevrolet

JR Motorsports had one unexpected opening for the 2019 NASCAR XFINITY Series season when Elliott Sadler announced this past summer that 2018 would be his final year in NASCAR. While he said that he could make select starts in the future, his full time status was done. The team signed Noah Gragson as his replacement in the No. 1 Chevrolet. Originally, the team said that Gragson, Michael Annett, Justin Allgaier and Tyler Reddick would be their driver lineup for next season. Now, they have another new opening.

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Tyler Reddick To Join RCR In XFINITY Series For 2019 Season

Tyler Reddick will leave JR Motorsports at the end of the NASCAR XFINITY Series season and join Richard Childress Racing in the series for 2019. Reddick, 22, is in his first season with JRM and will drive for his fourth different team in as many years. He raced from 2014 through 2016 in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with Brad Keselowski Racing making 62 starts with them and reaching victory lane three times. He came home second in the final standings in his rookie year in 2015. Then, in…

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Good Points Day For Sadler, Tifft, Reddick Saturday In Kansas

Due to the opening lap crash between half of the eight remaining playoff drivers, Saturday’s Kansas Lottery 300 at the Kansas Speedway was a great day for the other remaining NASCAR XFINITY Series playoff drivers. Heading into the opening race of the Round of 8, Elliott Sadler (-0), Tyler Reddick (-1) and Matt Tifft (-8) sat below the cutoff line. Leaving Saturday’s race, all three are now above the cutoff line or within a point of it.

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5 Favorites For Saturday’s Sparks Energy 300 (3 p.m. ET/FOX/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

Picking a top five for a restrictor plate race is like winning the lottery. So, take this weekend’s pick with a bit of a grain of salt. These are just five drivers statistically I feel could run well in Saturday’s Sparks Energy 300 (3 p.m. ET/FOX/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). But, there’s no guarantee of that. Elliott Sadler He’s got to be the one to beat right? Sadler may not have won in 47 races, but this could be the race that sees that winless streak come to an end. The JR…

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5 Favorites For Saturday’s Rinnai 250 (2 p.m. ET/FS1/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

HAMPTON, Ga – The NASCAR XFINITY Series had two practice sessions at the Atlanta Motor Speedway on Friday as they were the lone two sessions in preparation for Saturday afternoon’s Rinnai 250 (2 p.m. ET/FS1/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). All they do on Saturday is qualifying at 9:10 am in the morning then race after. The odds of a new XFINITY Series winner this weekend are pretty high. How high? Try a 97.4% chance high. Since only one former series Atlanta winner is entered this weekend – Kevin Harvick (four-time winner: 2009, 2013,…

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Nationwide Children’s Hospital To Sponsor Reddick For 5 Races In 2018

 JR Motorsports will support Nationwide Children’s Hospital in a prominent way during the NASCAR Xfinity Series season in 2018. One of America’s largest pediatric healthcare and research centers delivering care for more than 1.4 million patient visits each year, Nationwide Children’s will have five primary paint schemes with the No. 9 team and driver Tyler Reddick this season. The primary branding space in those events was made possible by the generous support of one of JRM’s partners, which made a donation to Nationwide Children’s in memory of one of its…

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19 Year Old Cole Custer Wins XFINITY Series Season Finale, 19 Year Old William Byron Wins The Championship

Homestead, Fla – While all the attention was on the Championship 4 drivers this weekend at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, rightfully so too. But, two rookies not a part of the final four in their respective series’ won the first two races of the weekend. On Saturday, NASCAR XFINITY Series rookie Cole Custer dominated the Ford EcoBoost 300 en route to a career defining win. Custer, 19, took over the race lead on Lap 3 and would lead most of the way after. Despite losing the lead on two early pit cycles,…

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