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1March 28th, 2015 - It was a wild and turbulent outing for Tyler Reddick in the Kroger 250 at Martinsville Speedway (Martinsville, Virginia) on Saturday afternoon. Despite the challenges and tribulations that the 19-year-old driver faced, he would manage to record a fifth place finish.

Qualifying positioned Reddick starting seventh on the grid for the event at the famed, 1/2 mile oval. He was running just outside the top five in the early stages of the event, when contact from another competitor sent Reddick spinning. He would receive minimal damage in the incident and was able to rejoin the tail of the lead lap. His bad luck wouldn't be finished for the day though.

On a mid-race restart Reddick's Broken Bow Records #19 BKR/Draw-Tite F-150 would struggle to come up to speed, resulting in contact from behind by another driver. After a few laps NASCAR mandated Tyler to come to pit road to have the body damage on the rear of the truck repaired.

Reddick again joined the tail of the lead lap and rebounded in the closing laps to a fifth place finish.

With three rounds complete in the 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series campaign Tyler is now second in the standings just two points removed from the lead. Full results from the event as well as the latest standings are available at

1February 28th, 2015 - Tyler Reddick carried the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) point lead into Atlanta Motor Speedway (Hampton, Georgia) on Saturday, where he competed in the Hyundai Construction Equipment 250.

Reddick's outing began by qualifying the Draw-Tite #19 Brad Keselowski Racing/Broken Bow Records F-150 in the eleventh starting spot for the 130 lap affair at the 1.5 mile oval.

When the race went green Tyler immediately began racing his way forward in the pick, but an early race penalty on pit road pushed him back in the running order. Despite the bad luck Reddick advanced through the pack to cross the finish line in the fifth position behind race winner, Matt Crafton, Ty Dillon, Ben Kennedy, and Daniel Suarez.

With the top five run Reddick continues to lead the series' standings. Full results from the event as well as the latest standings are available at

1February 20th, 2015 - In just his eighteenth NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) start Tyler Reddick made history by winning his first-career event with a triumph in the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway (Daytona Beach, Florida). After leading a race-high, 46 circuits Reddick survived a wild final dash to the checkers to score the win in the Draw-Tite #19 Brad Keselowski Racing Ford F-150.

After starting third on the grid Reddick drafted with his teammate, Austin Theriault in the closing moments of the 100 lap affair, which enabled the Corning, California native to score the win.

"I just had all the confidence in the world in our trucks going into the race," Reddick said. "If we were able to get together, we were going to be able to do some great things together and help each other out. Once I knew we finally we got together on the front row for those restarts, I had a pretty good feeling that we were controlling the race and controlling the pack." He concluded by saying, "I just can't tell you how much it means to have a teammate there helping me get my first win. I just hope I can do the same for him on down the road."

An elated Reddick was joined in victory lane by his crew and family.

"This is just an unbelievable feeling to get this win," commented Reddick. "I have to thank all of my family, sponsors, and fans for supporting me. Broken Bow Records, Draw-Tite, Cooper Standard, Brad Keselowski Racing, and all of my amazing supporters...this win doesn't happen without any of them behind me.

Full results from the event are available at

1November 14th, 2014 - Tyler Reddick put a wrap on his inaugural season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series oer the weekend with a trip to Homestead Miami Speedway (Homestead, Florida) for the Ford Ecoboost 200.

Reddick qualified fourth fastest to secure the fourth starting spot for the season finale. In his first event at the facility Tyler gained valuable seat time as he consistently turned some of the fastest laps of the event in Broken Bow Music Group #19 BBR/Draw-Tite Ford F-150 that featured a Jason Aldean graphics scheme.

In the closing laps Reddick found himself working forward through the top ten, and on the final lap he advanced two spots to finish sixth behind race winner, Darrell Wallace Jr., Kyle Larson, Timothy Peters, Kyle Busch, and Ryan Blaney.

"Despite running just a partial schedule this year our team had a fantastic season with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series," said Reddick with a smile. "I definitely have to thank Broken Bow Records, Brad Keselowski Racing, REESE Towpoer, Draw-Title, Cooper Standard, Ford, and all of my great sponsors for making this season possible. I can't wait until 2015!

Full results from the event are available at

1November 8th, 2014 - Tyler Reddick piloted his Team BKR/Reese/Draw-Tite #19 Broken Bow Records/Roush Yates F-150 in the Lucas Oil 150 over the weekend as he made his debut at Phoenix International Raceway.

Tyler recorded the seventh fastest lap in time trials to earn the seventh starting spot for the event, which was originally slated for 150 laps. Reddick raced in the top ten during the first half of the race before a slow pit stop caused him to lose several spots. Despite the bad luck, Tyler progressively worked his way through the field, and found himself in the tenth position by lap 126, when a bizarre happening abruptly ended the event. For the second time that evening the lights went out at the facility. After approximately ten minutes the race was declared complete, and Tyler was credited with a tenth place finish.

"After the bad luck on pit road earlier in the event, we finally had gotten back to where we needed to be when the lights went out," noted Reddick. "I guess that's just part of it, and now we'll turn our attention to Homestead next week."

Full results from the event as well as information on upcoming events are available at

1November 1st, 2014 - Tyler Reddick carried his recent momentum into the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series weekend at Texas Motor Speedway (Justin, Texas).

His outing started with a bang as for the second time in the past three events he positioned his Broken Bow Records #19 F-150 on the pole via qualifications. His lap of 29.677 seconds at 181.959 mph around 1.5 mile oval positioned the talented young driver on the pole for the Winstar World Casino and Resort 250 with veteran, Kyle Busch starting alongside.

Reddick ran inside the top ten for much of the race before using a pair of late-race cautions to gain valuable positions as he moved into the top five. A skirmish in the closing laps forced overtime for the event, and then a wild last-lap accident froze the field coming to the checkered flag. Tyler was credited with a fourth place finish behind race winner, Kyle Busch, Jeb Burton, and Timothy Peters.

Full results from the event as well as information on upcoming events are available at

1October 25th, 2014 - After a great outing one week earlier, Tyler Reddick returned to competition with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at the half mile oval at Martinsville Speedway (Martinsville, Virginia). John Harrelson NKP Photo

The Kroger 200 found Reddick powering his Broken Bow Records #19 Brad Keselowski Racing/Ford F-150 to the tenth fastest time in qualifactions, which locked him into the tenth starting spot for the 200 lap race.

On a very tight and trying oval Tyler enjoyed a strong outing as he raced in the top ten throughout the event before ultimately registering a sixth place finish behind race winner, Darrell Wallace Jr., Timothy Peters, Matt Crafton, Erik Jones, and Ryan Blaney.

Full results from the event as well as information on upcoming events are available at

1October 18th, 2014 - After almost a month away from the driver's seat Tyler Reddick made a triumphant return over the weekend by taking part in the Fred's 250 presented by Coca-Cola at Talladega Super Speedway (Talladega, Alabama).

Successful practice session were followed by Reddick blazing to a new track record in qualifications on Friday at the 2.66 mile oval with a 51.256 second (186.827) lap. He earned the pole position for the 95 lap affair and was joined on the front row by Tayler Malsam.

Reddick raced in the top in his Broken Bow Records #19 BKR Draw-Tite early in the event before a speeding penalty on pit road forced him to endure a pass-through penalty He rejoined the tail of the filed and rebounded into the top ten before bad luck struck again with another speeding penalty in the pits. However, Tyler wouldn't give up and charged through the field to a fourth place finish behind race winner, Timothy Peters, Tayler Malsam, and Spencer Gallagher.

"It was a great first race at Talladega for me," said Reddick. "I had a lot fun, and yes I made two speeding mistakes, but to recover as we did and finish fourth just shows the strength of this team. Thanks to my team and all my sponsors for their great support."

Full results from the event as well as information on upcoming events are available at