Tyler Reddick is hoping to “win some money and use that as even more momentum” at the upcoming All-Star race in Texas » FirstSportz

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 will compete alongside several other qualified racers for the one million dollar prize. Fans are expecting fireworks at the 1.5 mile oval as halfway through the regular cup season post victory can provide drivers with a strong boost for the remainder of the season.

Tyler Reddick is one of the most underrated and unlucky drivers on the NASCAR grid #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 on several occasions only to see it slip away. Reddick has finished P2 twice this season with only luck and a win ahead of him.

Ahead of the All-Star race in Texas, Tyler Reddick is hoping to get his season back on track as he finished outside the top 30 on 3 of the last 5 laps with the remaining places finishing in P2. Now he’s come to express his thoughts and hopes for Sunday’s upcoming race as he hopes to qualify for the final showdown by beating the opening stages.

Also read: ‘It’s going to be an uptrend for us’, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Upbeat About The No. 47 Team’s Growth Though He’s ‘Frustrated’ At Not Being In The Top 15

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 in the middle of the regular season. He went on to say that he enjoys doing things differently this weekend compared to other race weekends in the season which are crucial for the whole season. Tyler Reddick added that the Aal Star race is a no-points race that doesn’t make either driver want it less.

The All Star race is always a really fun and competitive way for our sport to do something different during the season. Our season is really long and every weekend is so important that it’s fun to give things a different twist that weekend. The fact that this is a no-points race leaves none of the riders wanting less,‘ said Tyler Reddick.

Tyler Reddick went on to say that he’s bragging about big bucks and that he’d really like to win the race, adding that he’s had a really up-and-down season so far, aside from that P30 result in Kansas last week, the does not reflect what he is, his No. 8 team. He expects money and momentum for the upcoming Cup Series races on Sunday, he added.

We compete for a lot of money and bragging rights, so who wouldn’t want to win. Our team has really had its ups and downs for a couple of weeks, and 30th place in Kansas doesn’t reflect the results we deserve. Our pit crew is insanely good and my crew works so hard in the workshop every day to bring fast cars that can go ahead and fight for victories. I hope we can show that this weekend, win some money and use that as more momentum to get out there and win in Charlotte tooadded Tyler Reddick.

Also Read: “Points or Not, You Want to Win”, Chase Briscoe is ready to hit the road to victory in his All-Star racing debut in Texas

Also read: ‘Sometimes you gotta risk it for the biscuit’, Austin Dillon is poised to secure a playoff spot in the 2022 Cup Championship

https://firstsportz.com/nascar-news-tyler-reddick-hopes-to-win-some-money-and-use-that-as-even-more-momentum-at-the-upcoming-all-star-race-at-texas/ Tyler Reddick is hoping to “win some money and use that as even more momentum” at the upcoming All-Star race in Texas » FirstSportz

Subhankar Mondal

Subhankar Mondal is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Subhankar Mondal joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: subhankarmondal@24ssports.com.

Related Articles

Back to top button