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2019 Season in Review: Tyler Reddick

Tyler Reddick

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA - NOVEMBER 22: NASCAR Xfinity Series Champion Tyler Reddick poses for a photo opportunity following the NASCAR Xfinity Series and NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Championship Banquet at Charlotte Convention Center on November 22, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)

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Tyler Reddick

CREW CHIEF: Randall Burnett

TEAM: Richard Childress Racing


WINS: Six, career best (Talladega, Charlotte I, MIchigan, Bristol II, Las Vegas II, Miami)

LAPS LED: 568, career best

TOP 5s: 24, career best

TOP 10s: 27, career best

POLES: Five, career best

WHAT WENT RIGHT: Almost everything. On his way to a second consecutive Xfinity Series championship, Reddick had three DNFs for wrecks. As a result, he only finished outside the top 10 six times all year. He didn’t have the most wins, but he was as consistent as you can get, at one point finishing in the top five in 10-straight races and then putting together an eight-race streak later in the season.

WHAT WENT WRONG: His three DNFs, that’s about it.

WHAT TO EXPECT IN 2020: Reddick moves up to the Cup Series as a two-time defending Xfinity Series champion. He’ll be part of the very deep rookie class as he competes against fellow Xfinity drivers Christopher Bell, Cole Custer and John Hunter Nemechek.