Casey Mears is apparently not returning to Red Bull Racing’s No. 83 Sprint Cup Toyota when the series returns to oval tracks. This will be the third time in his career that he finds himself out of a competitive ride.
Reed Sorenson will replace Brian Vickers, who is recovering from treatment for blood clots and will miss the rest of the season, in Braun Racing’s No. 32 Dollar General Toyota in the Nationwide Series. Sorenson will drive in this weekend’s Tech-Net Auto Service 300 at Charlotte. He’ll also replace Vickers in the Subway Jalapeno 250 […]
After barely making the field due to high carbon monoxide levels — the result of breathing in exhaust fumes after damaging crush panels in his Sprint Cup COT — Brad Beselowski used a push from Joey Logano to take the lead before the caution came out for a fiery wreck, ending the Aaron’s 312 at Talladega Superspeedway.
Kevin Harvick gambled with a two-tire pit stop late in the Nashville 300 at Nashville Superspeedway. The gamble paid off as Harvick was able to hold off Reed Sorenson and others with four tires to capture the win.
Braun Racing will run select Sprint Cup races next season. The team’s Nationwide Series sponsor, Dollar General, will serve as primary sponsor for five races next season: Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Daytona, and Indy. Reed Sorenson, the team’s N’Wide driver, has been named as the driver.
Reed Sorenson will drive Braun Racing’s No. 32 Dollar General Toyota for 23 races in the Nationwide Series next season, according to Jayski. Sorenson drove a few races for the team, and earned the ride this season based on his performance. Brian Vickers will also drive 10 races in the No. 32.
There appear to be four candidates for Phoenix Racing’s No. 09 Sprint Cup entry, according to ESPN Insider via Jayski. Casey Mears is said to be the leading candidate. But, Reed Sorenson, David Gilliland, and David Stremme are also in the mix.
SceneDaily is reporting that Braun Racing is planning to run five Sprint Cup races next season with a driver that has yet to be determined. Potential candidates include Jason Leffler, the team’s current Nationwide Series driver, Bobby Labonte, Jamie McMurray, and Reed Sorenson, depending on availability. Owner Todd Braun said that he has a sponsor […]
Richard Petty Motorsports will conduct its second merger in as many seasons, as RPM will merge with Yates Racings, fielding Fords in the Sprint Cup Series in 2010.
David Ragan had a strong restart on the green-white-checkered finish and held off his Roush Fenway Racing teammate Carl Edwards to win the Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway.