“They’ve Gotta Put It Together” – Richard Childress Doesn’t Bite His Tongue After Tyler Reddick’s NASCAR Heroics at Road America

Tyler Reddick finally stormed to victory at Road America, where he showed his prowess on road courses and the ability to stick his elbows out. Finally, with no wins through the 2022 season, Richard Childress Racing finally picked up their trophy at the 2022 Kwik Trip 250. Richard Childress seemed elated with Tyler and voiced his excitement with the press.

On the other hand, RCR’s Austin Dillon was nowhere near Tyler. The former NASCAR driver and current team owner Richard Childress recently spoke about his car number 3 driver. ‘The Ace’ is the grandson of Childress. He is currently driving in the NASCAR Cup Series for his ninth season with Richard Childress Racing. But lately, Childress has shown his concern about Dillion for the recent road course race at Road America.

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In an interview, Richard stated; “They’ve had second-place finishes, third place and they’ve been right there. They’ve gotta put it together. ” Richard said. “They’re not where they need to be on the road courses, for sure, but you put them everywhere else, they’re right there with them.”

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As things stand, Austin needs to work on his race craft and consistency if he plans on improving on his current pace and challenging for race wins, instead of languishing elsewhere.

Fans are not pleased with Austin Dillon’s performance at Road America

Fans over social media showcased their disappointment over Dillon’s performance among other things. Also commented about his new reality TV show, with one user calling it, “TV show is about like him, terrible.”

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FORT WORTH, TX – APRIL 11: Austin Dillon, driver of the # 51 Phoenix Construction Chevrolet, sits in his car during NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Gen-6 Testing at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. (Photo by John Harrelson / NASCAR via Getty Images)

While another user said, “Seems to me if you’re doing well racing you don’t need a reality show. Austin isn’t even 1/2 as good as his ego suggests. He would certainly not be where he is if it weren’t for Grandpa. Ty Gibbs will be the same. Just wait. ”

Meanwhile, another user suggested that Ty was better, “In 93 races Tyler has led more laps and shown more skill the Austin has in his entire career.”

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The current perspective of Dillon seems to be on the negative front, judging by the reaction of NASCAR fans. What are your thoughts about Austin Dillon’s performance on road courses or what he should do to improve?

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