Tyler Reddick wheeled his No. 2 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet into Victory Lane. Reddick kept his Chevy near the front of the race and was able to take advantage of a miscue by Cole Custer and Christopher Bell and capture his third win of the season.
Richard Childress Racing welcomes Joe Graf Jr. to its NASCAR Xfinity Series program, as well as its marketing and communications team. Graf Jr., who will pilot the No. 21 Chevrolet Camaro in select races this year, is a freshman at New York University. He will also learn the business side of the sport by serving as a marketing and communications intern for the team. The 20-year-old's first race will be at Michigan International Speedway this June.
Tyler Reddick scored his second win of the 2019 Xfinity Series season when he won Saturday's Alsco 300 by 2.10 seconds over runner-up Justin Allgaier. Jeffrey Earnhardt took home third place, while rookies Noag Gragson and Justin Haley rounded out the top-five.
Tyler Reddick could not be tamed in Saturday’s Alsco 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Reddick, driving an appropriately named Tame the Beast Richard Childress Racing entry, led a race-high 110 laps and pulled away from Justin Allgaier and Jeffrey Earnhardt in the closing laps to claim his second NASCAR Xfinity Series win of the season.
Tyler Reddick used a good pit call and a little bit of luck to win the NASCAR Xfinity Series LTi Printing 250 at Michigan International Series.
Spencer Boyd is refreshed to announce that ‘Made in the USA’ company DLX Mattress has returned as a partner of Spencer Boyd Racing for the 2019 season. The family owned mattress company began their partnership last year as the official sponsor of Spencer Boyd's "sleep."
As Autism Awareness month comes to a close, Kaulig Racing is thrilled to support the cause at Dover International Speedway for the Allied Steel Buildings 200.
As a third-generation racer, Dale Earnhardt Jr. understands the importance of family, hard work and heritage. Today, Hellmann’s and Earnhardt Jr. unveiled a special paint scheme that captures those key elements in a memorable way, announcing by video a throwback tribute to his late father Dale Earnhardt Sr. that he’ll drive during the Xfinity Series event at Darlington Raceway (Aug. 31).
Cole Custer took the lead from Austin Cindric with 20 laps to go and won Friday nights NASCAR Xfinity (NXS) Toyota Care 250 at Richmond Raceway. Custer led 122 laps in route to his fourth career series win and second win of the season.
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