Reed Sorenson posted the slowest speed in the first practice session for the Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway with a speed of 178.112 mph.
Reed Sorenson will team with MB Motorsports and Theme Park Connection for the season-opening race for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on Feb. 19 at Daytona International Speedway.
Reed Sorenson qualified for half of the races he attempted in 2015, but he tended to make both his starts and DNQs (failures to qualify) in waves. His last two attempts came in the No. 98 Mike Curb ride at Texas Motor Speedway and Homestead-Miami Speedway, but he failed to make either show.
Reed Sorenson and Jeb Burton were the two drivers who failed to qualify for the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Make certain that they are not on the roster.
Reed Sorenson and Joey Gase failed to qualify for the AAA Texas 500 among 45 entrants.
Reed Sorenson will make his 17th attempt this week, six of which have come in the No. 98 Premium Motorsports entry.
Reed Sorenson has been running at the end of six of his seven Chicagoland starts. The only time he failed to stick around until the end of the race was in 2013 when he parked the No. 95 68 laps into the race.
Three drivers failed to find enough speed to make Saturday night’s Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway. They were Travis Kvapil, Jeb Burton, and Reed Sorenson.
Reed Sorenson recorded the 43rd-fastest time in the first practice session for the Pure Michigan 400 and his position in the points makes him the driver most likely to go home in among a field of 44 drivers. His speed was 180.225 mph, which is more than seven miles per hour slower than the driver in 36th.
Reed Sorenson could not find quite enough speed on Friday in the No. 62 Chevrolet. Without enough owner points, he was the only driver who failed to qualify for the 5-Hour Energy 301 at New Hampshire.
After racing into the Daytona 500 and finishing 32nd, Reed Sorenson unsuccessfully attempted to qualify the No. 29 Robby Benton car in three unrestricted, intermediate speedway events. He should be able to make the show this week in the No. 34 Front Row Motorsports entry.
Front Row Motorsports tweeted Friday morning that Reed Sorenson will drive the #34 Ford next weekend at Richmond.
Reed Sorenson and Travis Kvapil were the two drivers who failed to qualify for the Auto Club 400. Make certain they are not on any fantasy NASCAR rosters.
Reed Sorenson hovered on either side of 30th last year at Phoenix with a 31st in the spring and a 28th in the fall. He was driving for Tommy Baldwin Racing at the time.