Chase Briscoe apologized to Tyler Reddick: Reddick surprised with an answer

Briscoe said: “I’m sorry. I just wanted to let you know.”

by Sead Dedovic
Chase Briscoe apologized to Tyler Reddick: Reddick surprised with an answer

Tyler Reddick had a great race and was close to his goal, but Chase Briscoe's move sent both drivers for “It’s all good. Next time”. spin. Reddick thought he could have done a much better job, and in the end he finished the race as 2, with Kyle Busch winning.

“I don't think I did everything right, to be honest with you. Briscoe was able to run me back down there,” Reddick said, as quoted by motorsport. “Just looking at it, I should have done a little bit better job.

“I don’t know. I shouldn’t have let him get that close. He ran me back down; worked really hard to do that. I mean, you’re racing on dirt, going for the move on the final corner. It’s everything that as a driver you hope to battle for in his situation”.

Reddick is a person who is willing to admit his mistakes and correct them in the next races. That's what makes him a great driver. “It does suck, but we were able to finish second still. I’m being honest,” he said.

“I should have done a better job and pulled away so he wasn’t in range to try to make that move. That’s how I look at it”.

Briscoe after the race

Briscoe also proved to be a great athlete and after the race he approached Reddick and apologized to him.

“I was going to spin out I think either way. I was like, ‘Please don't hit with the right rear. Please don't hit with the right rear.’ I saw it,” Briscoe told Reddick. “I’m sorry. I just wanted to let you know”.

Reddick accepted the apology, saying: “It’s all good. Next time”. Briscoe was mad at himself for everything, but NASCAR has always been unpredictable. “That was my fault, 100-percent,” Briscoe said. “That was just racing, I feel terrible about it”.

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