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Tyler Reddick and the No. 2 Tame the Beast Chevrolet Team Win at Homestead-Miami Speedway En Route to RCR's Series' Leading Fifth Title

"It was just an incredible effort by all of the guys at Richard Childress Racing. Our Tame the Beast Chevrolet was really good in practice and qualifying. The car allowed me to move around on the race track early in the run. I have to give it to our competition. They caught up to us on the short run. At the end of the night, when push came to shove, we went to the fence and we got it done. We got around the No. 00 and the No. 20 at the end to pull out the championship. It's my first championship with RCR and my second championship overall. It's just an absolute blast to run in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and go back-to-back as series champion. Hat's off to Team Chevy and all those guys for working on this Chevrolet, and all the guys at ECR for giving us great power. Richard Childress believed I could be a champion before I ever won my first championship, and it means a lot to be able to capture RCR's fifth Driver's Championship in the NASCAR Xfinity Series to cap off their 50th Anniversary Celebration."
-Tyler Reddick

Tyler Reddick and No. 2 Emerson Team Overcome Adversity to Finish Second in Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL

"This race seemed a little bit like the story of our season, having to overcome challenges and adversity and coming back to end with a solid finish. We've gotten a lot better at road courses throughout the season, but I just made a mistake on that first lap and missed the backstretch chicane. My spotter (Derek Kneeland) and crew chief (Randall Burnett) did a really good job of helping me keep my focus after that incident, reminding me that it's a long race and that we had plenty of time to regroup. We decided to pit before the end of Stage 1, knowing we wouldn't get stage points that time, but that set us up for a good Stage 2 and rest of the race. Our No. 2 Emerson Chevrolet was good today, I just needed a little more front turn and rotation, but when we'd adjust to help one of those things the other would suffer so it was tricky to balance. The nose of our Camaro got knocked in on a restart towards the end of the race, but the damage wasn't too bad and luckily we were able to keep going. From there, we just focused on the bigger picture of coming out of today with a solid finish to be in a good spot for Dover next weekend, and we were able to capitalize on other's mistakes to climb all the way up to second before it was over. We've now got the two hardest races out of the way in the Playoffs, so I'm really looking forward to Dover next week."
-Tyler Reddick

Tyler Reddick and No. 2 TAME the BEAST Team Wins and Clinches the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series Regular-Season Championship at Las Vegas

"We set out today to clinch the regular-season championship and did just that and more. This is a huge accomplishment for everyone at RCR and ECR Engines and all the work they've put in this year. We have been focusing on Playoff points over the last few weeks, trying to capitalize on them as much as possible, so this will be a nice bonus to help kick off our title run at Richmond Raceway next week. On top of it all, we were able to pull off the win tonight. We fought with the balance of our No. 2 TAME the BEAST Camaro all race long and knew we weren't the strongest with that tonight, so when the opportunity came out late in the third stage to pit off sequence and fill up on fuel to try to win it on fuel mileage, we took it. That last 60 or so laps were nerve-wracking, but we saved just enough to make it and still do a burnout. This is a huge team win, and I'm so proud of everyone on this No. 2 team. What a great way to close the regular season and head into the Playoffs." -Tyler Reddick

Tyler Reddick and the No. 2 Anderson's Maple Syrup Chevrolet Camaro at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Tyler Reddick has two previous NASCAR Xfinity Series starts at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with his best start of ninth and best finish of second coming during last year's event.

Dennis Prunty's 58th Career Win

Slinger Speedway - Slinger, WI - Labor Day Weekend 100 - Sunday, September 1st
Driving the Anderson's Pure Maple Syrup-Pure Fuel/Pathfinder Chassis/DDP Motorsports #42, Dennis Prunty started on the outside of the front row. He took the lead right at the start of the race and then led every Lap, bringing home his 58th career Super Late Model Feature Win.

Jason Gross finishes the regular 2019 racing season as point champoin for cedar lake speedway.

For the race they only had to start the a main to win, but still finished 3 Rd in their final race. Most of the season they finished very consistent in the top 5.

Tyler Reddick Wins in the TAME the BEAST Chevrolet Camaro at Bristol Motor Speedway

"We had to overcome adversity all day long, so to cap this off with a win at Bristol Motor Speedway is huge. We started from the back with a pass through penalty, and had a little bit of a hole to dig out of. Luckily, we got a caution pretty fast and got back on the lead lap and we began to push our way through the field. I tried to make good on my promise to my crew chief Randall Burnett and the team to win the first stage, but the car slid out on me. We luckily didn't receive any damage, just some flat tires and were able to pit to fix that. Unfortunately, we had a slight miscue on pit road and got sent to the back again. I knew with how well our TAME the BEAST Chevrolet was handling, we could make it back up to the front, and we did. We were making some gains on the No. 7 for the lead as the laps wound down, and then all the sudden, it was like the seas parted. Everything came together in those final 10 laps, and we were able to get the win. It felt great to get this No. 2 TAME the BEAST team back in Victory Lane, and I hope we can find ourselves there a few more times before the end of the year."
-Tyler Reddick

Anderson's Maple Syrup and DDP Racing Reveal New Pure Fuel Paint Scheme.

Tyler Reddick and the No. 2 KCMG Chevrolet Team Capitalize on Fuel Strategy En Route to Third Win of 2019

"That's one way to sneak in with a win! I'm so proud of the No. 2 KCMG team for all their hard work today. The balance of our Camaro this weekend was tricky to nail down, but we made progress throughout the race and got better each run. We knew strategy would probably come into play at Michigan as far as deciding who would win, so when the opportunity came to pit under a late caution that would put us right on our number for fuel to make it to the end, we took it and came out third. We knew that the No. 20 and No. 00 couldn't make it unless a caution came out, so I focused more on maintaining a gap on the rest of the field and saving more fuel than on chasing those two guys down. Luck was on our side today, and we were able to run away with the win. I can't thank everyone at RCR enough for the cars were showing up with at the track. We're having a lot of fun this year, and I think that shows with the results." -Tyler Reddick

Tyler Reddick Tames the Beast at Charlotte Motor Speedway

"Man, that Tame the Beast Chevy was one of the best race cars I've ever sat in. Randall Burnett and my team really used the two off-weekends to their advantage and spent a lot of time working to find what we needed to have just that edge we wanted to have when we roll of the hauler at these tracks. This Chevrolet was just awesome right from the start of the weekend. I almost hated having the Friday off in between practice day and the race. I wanted to get out there and race right away. Charlotte Motor Speedway has been a challenge for me in the past, so I knew I needed to be on my game to get us to Victory Lane. Luckily, I was able to do just that. The handling fired off a little loose today but by the time the final stage came around it was right where I wanted it. The boys on pit road got it done today, which helped a lot too. This was a huge team effort, and I can't thank everyone for their support. This has been an awesome start to the year."
-Tyler Reddick

Congratulations Tyler Reddick Earning RCR's First NASCAR Xfinity Series Win at Talladega Superspeedway

"It was just a wild day. We had a great No. 2 Roland Chevrolet. The day started off great, and we were doing what we needed to do as a team. I had a hiccup on pit road, and we lost a couple of spots. We had a speeding penalty - along with the No. 10. I think Ross (Chastain) and those guys maybe missed their speed limit a little bit and he was pushing me down pit road. I tried to slow us both down, but we were hit with the penalty, which put us in the back. I don't know what happened with the contact with the wall. I like to run by the wall, and I just ran into it. I don't understand it. The place I hit, it has a plate on the wall or they have a gate there and that really left a mark on the right side of our car. It was coming apart there at the end of the second stage, but fortunately we were able to earn points at the end of the stage and then we were able to fix it. The day kept getting crazier. As we were working on the car, it took us longer than planned to repair the damage. When we came out, we were way behind the leaders and almost went a lap down but the caution came out and that saved us and put us right back in the mix. It wasn't easy to hold those guys off at the end, but my spotter Derek Kneeland did a great job on the stand guiding me throughout the whole race, but especially in those closing laps. I'm really proud to deliver RCR's first NASCAR Xfinity Series win at Talladega. I hate that Richard Childress wasn't here, but I was able to talk to him on the phone in Victory Lane. Oh, and to win the Xfinity Racing Dash 4 Cash bonus and qualify for the next round at Dover was an added bonus. We finally got the monkey off our back and got into Victory Lane. Hopefully, we can get a few more as the year goes on."
-Tyler Reddick

Anderson's Maple Syrup is excited to partner with 2018 Xfinity Series Champion, Tyler Reddick, and RCR during their 50th Anniversary celebration

Richard Childress Racing (RCR) is proud to announce the continuation of Anderson's Maple Syrup as a primary partner for the team's NASCAR Xfinity Series program. The Wisconsin-based pure maple syrup company, which first partnered with RCR in 2014, will join defending series champion Tyler Reddick and the No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro for multiple races this season.
"We are thrilled to be continuing our partnership with Anderson's Maple Syrup in the 2019 season," said Richard Childress, Chairman and CEO of RCR. "With both companies being family-owned and operated, it is easy to see why the partnership between us has continued to grow. I am excited to see Tyler go out there and defend the Xfinity Series title with Anderson’s Maple Syrup on board the No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro this season."

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Anderson's Maple Syrup renews partnership with Dennis Prunty & DDP Motorsorts.

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