Tyler Reddick survived a chaotic NASCAR Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway to claim victory over Joey Logano as several title competitors were forced to quit due to tire problems.
Richard Childress Racing driver from rushing to his third win in the series as he drove home after an event that was stalled due to 16 cautions and a red flag.
While racing earlier, Joe Gibbs Racing's Bell was also thrown out of Turn 4 after his second blow-out tire in the course on lap 137. was able to finish at 34th.
"I was extremely worried [about the tires], I'm not going to lie," Reddick told Reddick. "Unfortunately that's the case with every time we've been in fast vehicles.
Justin Haley, posted his highest score since the Darlington round, finishing third and a win over two of the top contenders for the title Ryan Blaney and Chase Briscoe.
William Byron contributed to his title challenge, ahead by Brad Keselowski, as defending NASCAR Cup champion Kyle Larson and Denny Hamlin rounded out the top 10
Elliott has fallen to seventh place in the standings while Bell 11 the tenth and Bell 11th. Alex Bowman also struggled to get down to 29 places.
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