A change of teams from JR Motorsports to Richard Childress Racing didn’t stop reigning champion Tyler Reddick from capturing his second consecutive NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship.
Reddick, who ran his first full time Xfinity Series season in 2018, ran up front the entire race and closed the book on his full time Xfinity Series career on top. He will move to the No. 8 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet to run the full Monster Energy Cup Series schedule in 2020.
Cole Custer finished less than two seconds behind Reddick on the day. Custer will also move up to the Cup Series in 2020 driving the No. 41 for Stewart-Haas Racing. Joe Gibbs Racing driver Christopher Bell finished in fifth Saturday after the most Xfinity Series wins during the 2019 season. Along with Reddick and Custer, Bell will also move up to the Cup series in 2020 driving for Leavine Family Racing.
Justin Allgaier, who won last weekend at ISN Raceway to make it into the Championship 4, finished in fourteenth, well our of contention.
We here at the Game Changer Sports Network congratulate Tyler Reddick on his second consecutive NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship!
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