Tyler Reddick's new statement after the incident with Chase Briscoe

“I don’t think I did everything right, to be honest with you"

by Sead Dedovic
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Tyler Reddick's new statement after the incident with Chase Briscoe

Chase Briscoe and Tyler Reddick marked the Bristol dirt race by wrecking each other out. Kyle Busch took advantage of this and eventually came away with the win, with a bit of luck. Tyler Reddick is certainly disappointed because he was close to victory, but unfortunately, Briscoe slid into Reddick and ruined his plans.

Tyler Reddick believes he is equally to blame for this accident, as he has not avoided contact between the two. Reddick believes he shouldn't have allowed that. His opponent was obviously too close. “I don’t think I did everything right, to be honest with you.

Briscoe was able to run me back down there. 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."

Importance of the race

Of course, they were aware of the importance of this race and gave their maximum.

Sometimes, in order to get results, you do not think rationally and then you put yourself in a bad situation. That's exactly what happened to Reddick. "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,” Tyler Reddick said. Reddick has once again confirmed the mistake that he is aware of. In addition, Reddick sent a nice message, and that is that we need to see our mistakes before we judge someone.

“It does suck, but we were able to finish second still. I’m being honest. 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. I was going to spin out I think either way,” Tyler Reddick added.

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