Tyler Reddick earned a victory in Sunday’s Verizon 200 at the Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Reddick won in overtime on the road course at Indy to give him two victories in the last five Cup races.
Reddick is having a spectacular July, winning his first Cup career victory and qualifying for NASCAR’s playoffs, as well as signing a big contract with a new team. Reddick earned his first career victory on July 3 at Road America in Wisconsin, announcing just nine days later he was leaving Richard Childress Racing in 2024 to drive for 23XI, the team owned by Denny Hamlin and Michael Jordan.
Reddick’s win makes him the first RCR driver since Kevin Harvick in 2013 to win multiple races in a season, and multiple victories for RCR in a season for the first time since 2017.
Next up, the Cup Series moves on to Michigan International Speedway for a 400-mile race on Sunday, Aug. 7
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