RACE ADVANCE: Tyler Reddick at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

  • Race: Alsco Uniforms 300
  • Date: Saturday, March 4
  • Time: 4:30PM ET | 1:30PM PST
  • Track: Las Vegas Motor Speedway
  • Distance: 200 laps / 300 miles
  • Stage Duration:
  • Stage 1: 45 laps, ends Lap 45
  • Stage 2: 45 laps, ends Lap 90
  • Final Stage: 110 laps, ends Lap 200
  • Broadcasting: FS1 | Performance Racing Network | SiriusXM NASCAR Ch. 90
  • Practice (FS1)
  • Date: Friday, March 3
  • Time: 6:35 PM EST | 3:35PM PST
  • Qualifying (FS1)
  • Date: Friday, March 3
  • Time: 7:05PM EST | 4:05PM PST
  • Format: Single Vehicle | 1 Lap | One Round
Starts: 5
Wins: 1
Top-5’s: 1
Top-10’s: 2
Best Start: 4th (Fall – 2019)
Best Finish: 1st (Fall – 2019)
Starts: 4
Wins: 0
Top-5’s: 0
Top-10’s: 0
Best Start: 10th (Nemechek – Spring 2022)
Best Finish: 12th (Nemechek – Spring 2022)
  • Tyler Reddick will pilot the No. 24 GEARWRENCH GR Supra at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (LVMS) on Saturday, the second of multiple races with Sam Hunt Racing in 2023.
  • Reddick is no stranger to Victory Lane at LVMS. In the Fall of 2019, he won the 300-mile NXS race after starting from the 4th position.
  • In addition to a single NXS win at LVMS, Reddick has found success in all three of NASCAR’s national series. Reddick has a single NASCAR Cup Series pole at LVMS and is a race winner in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.
  • The team announced in February that GEARWRENCH will sponsor the No. 24 with Reddick at the helm for LVMS as well as the Spring race at Darlington Raceway this season.
  • Overall, Reddick has five NXS starts at LVMS, capturing one win, one Top-5, and two Top-10 finishes.
  • Reddick competed at Auto Club Speedway in the No. 24 GEARWRENCH GR Supra and was slated for a solid Top-10 finish. In the final stage, the 24 GR Supra sustained damage due to contact under green flag conditions, putting the 24 team two laps down after damage repair.
“I’m looking forward to Vegas this weekend with the No. 24 GEARWRENCH team. Kris and the guys brought a fast car to Auto Club, the handling was comfortable and we were on track for a great finish before we received damage in the final stage, putting us two laps down. It was a tough weekend in Fontana, but I look forward to rebounding at Vegas with this team.” 
Tyler Reddick, Driver of the No. 24 GEARWRENCH GR Supra