Tyler Reddick’s victory Sunday in the EchoPark Automotive Grand Prix marked his first win with 23XI Racing.
In dominating fashion at the Circuit of the Americas, Reddick started second, won Stage 2, and led six times for 41 of the 75 laps, surviving three NASCAR Overtime attempts to claim his first win of the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season.
“This whole 23XI team has been working so hard all winter long to make the road course program better,” Reddick said. “Was extremely motivated to come in here and prove that performance, too.”
Reddick, who started racing in the Cup Series full-time in 2020, now has four overall victories in NASCAR’s top series.
Overall, 18 other drivers have four total Cup Series wins, all in a tie at 83rd overall.
Active drivers at the four-win mark are Christopher Bell and Austin Dillon. Other drivers who ended their Cup Series careers with four wins include Charlie Glotzbach, Joe Nemechek, Morgan Shepherd, Billy Wade and Michael Waltrip.
Ahead of Reddick and the 19-way tie on the wins list is a seven-way tie for five overall wins. Drivers with five career victories include Ward Burton, Alan Kulwicki, Dave Marcis and Jeremy Mayfield.
The next race for the Cup Series is scheduled for Sunday, April 2, at Richmond Raceway.
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