Tyler Reddick opened the round of 12 in NASCAR's playoff with a victory at Texas on Sunday, winning a week after being knocked out of title contention.
Tyler Reddick closed the best month of his career with an overtime win Sunday on the road course at Indy to give him two victories in the last five Cup races.
Tyler Reddick won his first NASCAR race Sunday at Road America by outdueling Chase Elliott, the defending champion on the course and the current points leader.
Chase Briscoe raced to his first Cup Series victory, executing two great restarts over the final 20 laps to pull away from Ross Chastain and Tyler Reddick on Sunday at Phoenix Raceway.
For all the potential outcomes that could have occurred at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday night, the NASCAR Cup Series regular-season finale was somewhat predictable.
Now winless in 120 races, Jimmie Johnson made a trip to victory lane to congratulate William Byron and the No. 24 team, the one now directed by Johnson's former and long-time crew chief, Chad Knaus.
Matt Kenseth got back into a Cup car for the first time since the 2018 season finale and finished 10th on Sunday at Darlington, one of the most technical tracks on the circuit.