Tyler Reddick retired early from Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race during Stage 2 at Martinsville Speedway.
The Richard Childress Racing driver, who was running one lap down after the first stage of Sunday’s Xfinity 500, pulled his No. 8 Chevrolet to the garage area after voicing concerns over the radio that he was feeling unwell.
Upon exiting the car at Martinsville Speedway, Reddick was taken to the infield care center where he was later evaluated and released.
Tyler Reddick wasn’t feeling well during today’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway, prompting him to get out of the car early. He was evaluated and released from the infield care center, where he passed his neurological evaluation.
— RCR Updates (@RCRupdates) October 30, 2022
On Monday afternoon, Reddick provided an update on his status on Twitter and on the airwaves via Sirius XM NASCAR, saying he was involved in an on-track stack up of cars that led to him exiting Sunday’s race early.
— Tyler Reddick (@TylerReddick) October 31, 2022
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Reddick’s final race in the No. 8 Chevrolet will come next race in the season-finale at Phoenix Raceway. The 26-year-old will drive the No. 45 Toyota for 23XI Racing beginning next season.