Tyler Reddick Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Contract, Salary (2022)

Tyler Reddick Family

Tyler Reddick is an American professional stock car racing driver know all about Tyler Reddick Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife and More in this article.

Tyler Reddick Wiki

Name Tyler George Reddick
Birthdate ( Age) 11 January 1996
Place of Birth Corning, California, United States
Nationality American
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Alexa De Leon
Children One Son
Parents Clarence Reddick , Geri Reddick
Education Christian Fellowship School
Profession Car Race Driver
Net Worth $6 Million
Last Update 2022

Tyler George Reddick is an American professional stock car racing driver. He competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 8 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE for Richard Childress Racing, as well as part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for Our Motorsports. 

He is a two-time champion in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, winning consecutive titles in 2018 and 2019.Reddick’s consistency and a fifth place finish at the 2021 Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona enabled him to make the playoffs for the first time.

Tyler Reddick Family, Parents

Tyler Reddick Parents

Tyler Reddick was born on 11th January 1996 and was brought up in Corning, CA. he started driving at the age of four and started racing in sprint cars shortly after. Reddick began his career driving racing cars at the age of four. He thereafter vied in Outlaw Karts and soon after he began with mini sprints, dirt late models, and sprint cars. He became one of the youngest drivers to get qualified for the pole position at Eldora Speedways.

Tyler Reddick Wife, Kids

Tyler Reddick Wife

Tyler Reddick is Married with his girlfriend named Alexa De Leon. The Couple have a son Together. Alexa belongs to Dominican descent. She was born on 6th March.

Tyler Reddick Net Worth

Tyler George Reddick is an American professional stock car racing driver has an estimated Net Worth around $6 Million in 2021.Further, his salary by the contract earns him $525,ooo.

Professional Career

Reddick began his racing career at the age of four, competing in Outlaw Karts; soon after he was competing in mini sprints, midgets, dirt late models and sprint cars.He was the youngest driver to qualify for the pole position at Eldora Speedway World 100, the youngest driver to win at the East Bay Winter Nationals, and the youngest winning driver in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.

He is also the youngest driver ever to qualify for a feature race in World of Outlaws sprint car racing.Reddick made his debut in the ARCA Racing Series in 2012; in October of that year, Reddick won in his first career start in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East at Rockingham Speedway. Reddick made his debut in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in April 2013, driving for Ken Schrader Racing at Rockingham Speedway; he was involved in an accident during the race, and finished 30th.

On September 14, 2017, Reddick was signed by JR Motorsports to a full-time schedule for the 2018 Xfinity season, replacing William Byron, who was promoted to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, in the No. 24 car.On February 17, 2018, Reddick beat teammate Elliott Sadler in a photo finish to win the season-opening race at Daytona.

At a margin of .0004 seconds, it is the closest finish in NASCAR history.Although he did not win again for the remainder of the regular season, he qualified for the playoffs and reached the Championship Round. In the season finale at Homestead, Reddick won the race and his first Xfinity Series championship.

Reddick scored his first top-ten of the 2020 season at the first Darlington spring race, finishing 7th. At Homestead, he ran in the top-five almost all day and finished 4th, his then best-career finish, despite almost losing the position on the last lap after thinking that the race ended a lap early.

Reddick nearly won the 2020 GEICO 500 at Talladega, controlling the lead in the late stages but ultimately losing it with four laps to go and finishing 20th. In August 2020, Reddick announced that he would be returning to the No. 8 for RCR for a second year. Reddick again was close to winning, this time at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Reddick climbed all the way up to fourth with roughly ten to go, and battled with Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Larson. However, when he finally got by both of them for good, he did not have enough time to catch race winner William Byron, despite having the fastest car on track. Reddick’s consistency and a fifth place finish at the 2021 Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona enabled him to make the playoffs for the first time. Reddick was eliminated from the playoffs following the conclusion of the Round of 16 at Bristol.