Tyler Reddick finished eighth in the Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 Powered by Big Machine Records at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday.
The top 10 finish for Reddick, his fourth of the year, added 29 points to his season total.
Reddick started in 13th position. The second-year driver has earned one top-five and four top-10 finishes in his career.
The Corning, California native’s starting and finishing positions compared favorably to his career averages, starting 12 spots higher than his career mark of 24.8 and completing the race 11 places ahead of his 18.6 career average finish.
Reddick’s eighth-place finish came against a field of 40 drivers. The race endured nine cautions and 43 caution laps. There were 11 lead changes.
After William Byron won Stage 1, Harvick grabbed control and won Stage 2 before driving to victory.