Reddick Feels Very Good About Going To Homestead

Tyler Reddick
Tyler Reddick will enter this weekend’s season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway as a member of the Championship 4. The JR Motorsports driver would clinch the championship if he finishes ahead of fellow contenders Christopher Bell, Cole Custer, and Daniel Hemric.

• In his lone start at HMS in 2017, Reddick earned a fourth-place finish after winning the pole and leading 18 laps.

• The Corning, Calif. native’s road to the Championship 4 consists of two top fives, five top 10s and an average finish of 7.1 throughout the course of the NXS Playoffs.

• In three Truck Series starts at Homestead, Reddick has three top-10 finishes, with a best finish of second in 2016.

“I feel really good about Homestead this weekend, more so than any other track this year, honestly. It’s a worn-out mile-and-a-half track that really falls into my background of how I grew up racing on dirt, which makes me feel really comfortable. Plus, we had a really good test here back in August that makes me feel extremely confident about how we will unload with our BurgerFi Chevrolet. To be a part of this Championship 4 and to be battling for the championship is what we fought for all year. Now, we have to execute for one more race and if we do that, we can be champions.”


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