Tyler Reddick hopes to ‘win some money and use that as even more momentum’ at the upcoming All-Star race at Texas

Find out what Tyler Reddick has to say about his All-Star outing next-weekend at Texas as he hopes to secure a final stage spot and a shot at one million

Tyler Reddick
Tyler Reddick

NASCAR Cup Series will hit the Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday for the annual All-Star exhibition race where the 2021 and 2022 race winners alongside a few other qualified racers will fight for the One-million-dollars prize. The fans are expecting fireworks in the 1.5-mile oval as half of the regular Cup season over the win can offer strong momentum for drivers going into the rest of the season.

Tyler Reddick is one of the most underrated and unfortunate drivers on the NASCAR grid as the No. 8 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 driver for Richard Childress Racing is yet to secure his first career win even after starting 87 races in 4 years and coming close to a win multiple times only to see it slip away. Reddick has finished P2 this season twice with only luck coming before him and a win.

Going into the Texas All-Star race Tyler Reddick will be hoping to get his season on track once again as he finished outside the top 30 in 3 out last 5 rounds with the rest of the finishes being inside P2s. Now he has come forth to express his thoughts and hopes for the upcoming race on Sunday as he hopes to qualify to the final showdown by topping the initial stages.

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Find out what Tyler Reddick said

Tyler Reddick
Tyler Reddick

Tyler Reddick acknowledges that the All-Star race is really faun and competitive as it offers something different amidst the regular season. He went on to say that he finds it fun to have a different spin on things this weekend compared to other racing weekends in the season which are critical to the whole season. Tyler Reddick added that the Aal Star race is a non-points-paying race that doesn’t make any of the drivers want it less.

The All-Star Race is always a really fun and competitive way for our sport to do something a little bit different during the season. Our season is really long, and every weekend is so important so it’s fun to put a different spin on things this weekend. The fact that it’s a non-points-paying race doesn’t make any of the drivers want it any less,Tyler Reddick said.

Tyler Reddick went on to say that he is fighting for a lot of money and bragging rights so he really likes to win the race and added that he had a really up and down season so far alongside the P30 finish at Kansas last week does not reflect what he is his No:8 team is. He went on to add that he expects to win some money and a lot of momentum for the upcoming races in the Cup series on Sunday.

We’re competing for a lot of money and bragging rights, so who wouldn’t want to win. Our team has had a really up and down few weeks, and finishing 30th at Kansas isn’t a reflection of the results we deserve. Our pit crew is crazy good and my crew works so hard every single day at the shop to bring fast cars that can run up front and compete for wins. I hope we get to showcase that this weekend, win some money and use that as even more momentum to get out there and win at Charlotte, too,” Tyler Reddick added.

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