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Topic - Reed Sorenson
Tommy Baldwin Racing has hired Reed Sorenson to drive the No. 36 Chevrolet this season.
Reed Sorenson, bounced from the Turner Motorsports team earlier this week despite sitting third in the Nationwide Series standings, landed a last-minute ride on Friday for the upcoming race at Kansas Speedway.
Turner Motorsports has released Nationwide Series championship contender Reed Sorenson, and said it has advised employees the team might downsize at the end of the season.
"I had two or three full-time ride opportunities in the Trucks and Nationwide Series this year that were passed over for veteran drivers," he said.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Turner Motorsports has released Nationwide Series championship contender Reed Sorenson, and said it has advised employees the team might downsize at the end of the season.