COTA: Reddick Wins in Triple Overtime

Tyler Reddick, center, celebrates after winning a NASCAR Cup Series auto race at Circuit of the Americas, Sunday, March 26, 2023, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Stephen Spillman)

Tyler Reddick scores his first win for 23XI racing at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) road course in Texas. Reddick started second and had the best car all day long. Several late cautions led to three green-white-checker attempts before Reddick held off Kyle Busch, driving Reddick’s former ride and secured the victory. The win basically guarantees that Reddick will be in the playoffs in September.

Most of the day, Reddick had to battle two time Cup Series winner, William Byron. The pair started on the front row and had the two dominant cars on the day. Byron became a victim of the late race cautions as he was shuffled back to fifth.

The Circuit of the Americas welcomed some special guest drivers for this race. Seven time Cup Series Champion Jimmie Johnson entered his second race of the season on his new part time schedule. He was taken out in a crash on lap two and finished 38th. Former F1 Champion, Kimi Räikkönen, made his second career NASCAR start. A late spin landed him in 29th place on the day.


  1. Tyler Reddick
  2. Kyle Busch
  3. Alex Bowman
  4. Ross Chastain
  5. William Byron
  6. Austin Cindric
  7. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  8. Chris Buescher
  9. Ty Gibbs
  10. Todd Gilliland


  1. Ross Chastain
  2. Kyle Busch
  3. Joey Logano
  4. Kevin Harvick
  5. Christopher Bell
  6. Ryan Blaney
  7. Austin Cindric
  8. Martin Truex Jr.
  9. Brad Keselowski
  10. Tyler Reddick


Road course ringer A.J. Allmendinger comes up with another big win in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. The Kaulig Racing driver led 27 of the 46 laps to take the checkered flag at the Circuit of the Americas Road Course in Austin, Texas. It’s Allmendinger’s first win of the season and his seventh on a road course, an Xfinity Series record.


  1. A.J. Allmendinger
  2. Austin Hill
  3. Cole Custer
  4. Noah Gragson
  5. Sam Mayer
  6. Myatt Snider
  7. Brett Moffitt
  8. Jade Buford
  9. Miguel Paludo
  10. Sheldon Creed


  1. Austin Hill
  2. John Hunter Nemecheck
  3. Riley Herbst
  4. Chandler Smith
  5. Justin Allgaier
  6. Sam Mayer
  7. Sammy Smith
  8. Josh Berry
  9. Cole Custer
  10. Daniel Hemric


Zane Smith‘s truck was on fire, literally, at the Circuit of the Americas road course. The defending truck series champion took the checkered flag in Austin, five seconds ahead of second place Kyle Busch. His truck then caught fire as he was getting ready for the winner’s post race interview. It’s Smith’s second straight win at the road course making him the first repeat winner at the track in any of NASCAR’S top three series.


  1. Zane Smith
  2. Kyle Busch
  3. Ty Majeski
  4. Tyler Ankrum
  5. Ross Chastain
  6. Corey Heim
  7. Nick Sanchez
  8. Tanner Gray
  9. Kaz Grala
  10. Ben Rhodes


  1. Zane Smith
  2. Ty Majeski
  3. Ben Rhodes
  4. Christian Eckes
  5. Grant Enfinger
  6. Matt Crafton
  7. Tyler Ankrum
  8. Matt Dibenedetto
  9. Corey Heim
  10. Tanner Gray


Next week, all three major NASCAR series are back in action with the Monster Energy Cup Series and Xfinity Series racing in Richmond. The Crafstman Truck Series is staying in the Lone Star State and headed to the Texas Motor Speedway outside Fort Worth.

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