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Reed Sorenson

Reed Sorenson, of Peachtree City, Georgia, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. He drives the #30 Rexall Chevrolet Impala and the #32 Dollar General Chevrolet Impala for Turner Motorsports. In 2003 Sorenson was the American Speed Association Pat Schauer Memorial Rookie of the Year.
Reed Sorenson, of Peachtree City, Georgia, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. He drives the #30 Rexall Chevrolet Impala and the #32 Dollar General Chevrolet Impala for Turner Motorsports. In 2003 Sorenson was the American Speed Association Pat Schauer Memorial Rookie of the Year. « Show less

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  • Jeff Gordon wins Daytona 500 pole after qualifying chaos

    Jeff Gordon wins Daytona 500 pole after qualifying chaos
    DAYTONA BEACH — Jeff Gordon won the pole Sunday afternoon for the 57th running of the Daytona 500 on Feb. 22. Or maybe he hit bingo. Rock, paper, scissors. Or spun the roulette wheel and let it ride on his favorite number, 24. That's kind of how...
  • Jeff Gordon wins pole for final Daytona 500 of his career

    The qualifying session for NASCAR's biggest race of the year was lambasted by Tony Stewart as "a complete embarrassment" and called a "cute show" by Clint Bowyer. The frenetic knockout format ended with Jeff Gordon on the pole for the final Daytona 500...
  • Clint Bowyer, after crash, slams NASCAR's Daytona 500 qualifying format

    Clint Bowyer, after crash, slams NASCAR's Daytona 500 qualifying format
    The changes NASCAR has made to make racing more interesting for fans has yet to find much acceptance among its drivers. Based on what happened Sunday during pole qualifying for the Daytona 500, it's safe to say Clint Bowyer isn't a fan of NASCAR's new...
  • Harvick captures Sprint Cup championship with win in Miami

    Harvick captures Sprint Cup championship with win in Miami
    By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange HOMESTEAD, Fla. - The fastest driver doesn't always win a race -- or a championship -- but on Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Kevin Harvick did both. Driving a No. 4 Stewart-...
  • Nascar: Kevin Harvick gana en Homestead y conquista la Sprint Cup/FOTOS

    Nascar: Kevin Harvick gana en Homestead y conquista la Sprint Cup/FOTOS
    En un dramático final en Homestead, el piloto Kevin Harvick se impuso el domingo en la prueba Ford EcoBoost 400 para conquistar su primer campeonato de la Sprint Cup en la serie Nascar. Harvick, de 38 años, aguantó un ataque final de Ryan Newman,...
  • Joey Logano an improbable winner of Sprint Cup race at Richmond

    Joey Logano an improbable winner of Sprint Cup race at Richmond
    RICHMOND -- Joey Logano emerged as the winner of a wild short-track shootout in the final laps of the Toyota Owners 400 on Saturday at Richmond International Raceway. The victory is Logano’s second this season in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series,...
  • Richmond puts on another good Sprint Cup show, including fireworks

    Richmond puts on another good Sprint Cup show, including fireworks
    RICHMOND — For sheer memorability, the Toyota Owners 400 earned its place on the list of unforgettable Sprint Cup Series races at Richmond International Raceway. Crazy start. Twenty lead changes. Multiple car fires. Great beat-and-bang finish. The...
  • Joey Logano's late surge wins wild Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond

    Joey Logano's late surge wins wild Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond
    RICHMOND – Joey Logano emerged as the winner of a wild short-track shootout in the final laps of the Toyota Owners 400 Saturday at Richmond International Raceway. The victory is Logano’s second this season in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series,...
  • David Gilliland grabs pole in unpredictable Coke Zero 400 at Daytona

    David Gilliland grabs pole in unpredictable Coke Zero 400 at Daytona
    Starting at the front at Daytona is one of the world’s biggest lies. Don’t believe for a minute it will have anything to do with actually winning a race. So congrats to David Gilliland, Reed Sorenson and Landon Cassill, all unexpected...
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