Tyler Reddick on second-place finish at Miami: ‘I saw how much faster I was…it’s frustrating’

Tyler Reddick spoke moments after his second place finish at the Dixie Vodka 400 at Miami and expressed frustration at missed opportunities, which kept him from winning the race. Instead, William Byron beat everyone else to the checkered flag.


Source: Fox Sports

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