Tyler Reddick and the No. 2 Alsco Team Fight Through Balance Challenges to Third-Place Finish at Kentucky Speedway

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“After the last couple of weeks, we needed a solid race like tonight to get back into our groove. I just obviously wish we had finished two spots better than we did with our No. 2 Alsco Chevrolet Camaro in the Alsco 300. The balance was tricky to get figured out tonight. Firing off to start the race, I was just way too loose and would fall back on any restarts. We’d build tight the longer we went in a run, but it was just a little too late to contend for the lead at the end of the stages. We got our Alsco Camaro handling really well and were running some of our fastest lap times of the night in the second half of the final stage, we just didn’t have enough time or track position to get to the front. We learned a lot in this final mile-and-a-half before the playoffs start, so we’ll bounce back just fine when we come back to them. I can’t thank Alsco and everyone there enough for their support. We tried everything to get them another Alsco 300 win, but came up just short this time.”

-Tyler Reddick

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