Consistency is key in California and after a 21st place finish, Reed Sorenson and the No. 36 Tommy Baldwin Racing Chevrolet have hit their stride early into the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season.
Qualifying in 36th, Sorenson and Crew Chief Todd Parrott made adjustments throughout the race to get the car handling to Sorenson's preference. Tires were a problem throughout the race...
Tommy Baldwin Racing has hired Reed Sorenson to drive the No. 36 Chevrolet this season.
Sorenson will be paired with veteran crew chief Todd Parrott, who was also hired this week.
The 27-year-old Sorenson has 189 Sprint Cup Series starts over nine years. He's got five top-five finishes at NASCAR's top level. His last full-time Cup season was in 2009 when he drove for Richard...
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February 04, 2014
Reed Sorenson will drive the #36 for Tommy Baldwin Racing in 2014. Baldwin offered Sorenson a ride for the full NASCAR Sprint Cup season.
No sponsor was announced for Sorenson's #36, but crew chief Todd Parrott will sit on the pit box for the team beginning with this month's Daytona 500. - Captain Thunder Racing
CONCORD, N.C. – Despite a 22nd place finish last week at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, the No. 43 Pilot Travel Centers team is headed to Darlington (S.C.) Raceway with a lot of momentum. The last two weeks, Reed Sorenson had strong runs with the potential of top-five finishes and consistently ran in the top-five during last week’s race before getting caught up in an on-track...
Reed Sorenson will come to Charlotte Motor Speedway with sponsorship from e-Swisher.
The No. 40 Chevrolet Camaro of TMG carried the colors of e-Swisher for the season opening race at Daytona.
Sorenson has competed in all six Nationwide Series races this season. His best finish was a 15th place run at Texas Motor Speedway last week while filling in the No. 43 for an injuried Michael Annett.
Reed Sorenson will be taking over the No.43 Flying J Richard Petty Motorsports Ford in the NASCAR Nationwide Series starting this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Sorenson is subbing for Michael Annett, who was injured in one of the wrecks during the Nationwide race at Daytona. Annett was [...]
On February 6,The Motorsports Group (TMG) announced Reed Sorenson would pilot its No. 40 Chevrolet Camaro in the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series season, starting with the season-opening event at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, February 23.
I had the opportunity to visit The Motorsports Group and interview Sorenson about his new team, his new sponsor, and much more.
Reed Sorenson will return to the NASCAR Nationwide Series full time this season, driving for The Motorsports Group starting with the season-opening race at Daytona.
Sorenson, 26, has four career Nationwide wins to his credit as well as two top-five season finishes in the series. He ran 19 Sprint Cup races for various organizations in 2012.
Sorenson will partner with the Curtis...
Mooresville, N.C. - Herr Foods and Hero Energy Shot have teamed with FAS Lane Racing to sponsor the No. 32 Ford Fusion piloted by Reed Sorenson in this weekend’s Pocono 400 at Pocono Raceway. Both companies are local to Pennsylvania and are partnering with FAS Lane Racing to increase awareness about their efforts to help the 32 million Americans that put on a uniform every day...
The #32 Ford Fusion of FAS Lane Racing will look a little different this week. That is because Jani-King, the commercial cleaning service, will sponsor the car for the Samsung Mobile 500 this Saturday at Texas. TMone and C&J Energy will again be an associate sponsor of the car.
The other big change for the Frank Stoddard owned team is that Reed Sorenson will be behind the wheel...