RCR drivers Tyler Reddick and Austin Dillon haven't had much luck lately, and they were close to the top, but they didn't get there. Still, Reddick is happy after Sonoma Raceway and thinks he has achieved a great result.
The plan existed, and it seems that it was realized. Tyler Reddick had something to say after the race: “It feels great to earn an 11th-place Finish in the True Velocity Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 this weekend at Sonoma Raceway.
This team has worked hard, and I have worked hard personally, on improving our road course performances. We qualified 13th on Saturday and came into Sunday’s race. knowing that we had a strong car and a solid plan. We maintained our position throughout Stage 1.
We tried to play the pit strategy a few times and got caught on the wrong side of a caution flag,” Tyler Reddick said.
Tyler Reddick on the race
He is satisfied after all, despite certain problems that bothered him.
It is obvious that they have made progress, and it is necessary for them to continue at the same pace if they want to reach the very top. This is a tough season, there are a lot of strong drivers, but we know how good Tyler Reddick is and what he can do.
However, sometimes luck is needed. “During the final stage, we were making a green-flag stop right as the caution came out. It put us in front of us which gave me a little back about seven spots, but we had newer tires than the guys.
more leverage. I’m proud of the effort that everyone has put in. It was fun racing in the top 10 and seeing the improvements, we’ve made. We’ll take an 11th-place finish and take the off weekend to regroup for Nashville,” Tyler Reddick concluded. The next race could bring more surprises, and we will see how NASCAR teams prepare.