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Team: Front Row Motorsports-34
Age / DOB:  (29) / 2/5/1986
Ht / Wt:  5'10 / 165

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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.
Make certain that these drivers are not on your lineup. Some attractive dark horses who did make the show are Brett Moffitt and Josh Wise in the No. 32 car this week. Aug 21 - 10:17 PM

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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.

The No. 62 team has experienced difficulty finding speed with multiple drivers in the car. Cheer for them from the sideline.
Aug 14 - 1:35 PM

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.

A driver change in this car sparked a little hope, but Sorenson seems to be struggling with the same issues as Brendan Gaughan.
Jul 17 - 10:20 PM

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.

Sorenson will not be a popular pick since he has such limited experience in 2015, but the Toyota Owners 400 will allow fantasy owners to evaluate him for future consideration.
Apr 23 - 6:04 PM

Front Row Motorsports tweeted Friday morning that Reed Sorenson will drive the #34 Ford next weekend at Richmond.

Sorenson started the year with the #29 team of RAB Racing. He finished 32nd at Daytona. The team did not qualify at Atlanta, Las Vegas, or Fontana, withdrew from Phoenix, and have not attempted a race since.-jayski.com
Apr 17 - 8:19 PM

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.

This was the third consecutive race in which both Sorenson and Kvapil failed to find enough speed to make the show.
Mar 20 - 10:49 PM

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.

This year Sorenson is in the No. 29 Robby Benton ride that probably has less funding. For him, the first goal is making the show and then the team can concentrate on race results—and that makes him a questionable value.
Mar 11 - 7:31 PM

Fantasy players should be pleased if Reed Sorenson manages to finish in the low 30s this week. In five efforts at Las Vegas, four of his results ended in results between 31st and 40th.

Sorenson also has an 18th on this track, but that came back in 2008 while driving for Chip Ganassi Racing. Last year he finished 34th in a Tommy Baldwin Racing car; he was five laps off the pace.
Mar 6 - 3:31 PM

Dozens of drivers failed NASCAR inspection in their first attempt and were forced to go around and try again. Thirteen of them failed to make a time trial lap, including such big names as Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, Tony Stewart, and Jeff Gordon.

Regan Smith, Jeb Burton, Cole Whitt, Landon Cassill, and Alex Bowman were also affected, but they had enough owner points from last year to make the show. The same was not true for Reed Sorenson, Mike Wallace, Matt DiBenedetto, and Michael Annett. They are the four drivers who will miss the show.
Feb 27 - 7:04 PM

Reed Sorenson’s average finish on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks improved by nearly five positions in the second half of the 2014 season. He went from 33.6 in the first five races on this track type to 28.8 at the end.

Sorenson is racing for a new team with limited experience, so he is unlikely to be a great value this week, but fantasy owners should do research on every driver in the field.
Feb 26 - 10:08 AM

After wrecking Team Xtreme's only speedway car in Coors Light Pole Qualifying on Sunday, Reed Sorenson didn't know whether his dream of a sixth start in the Daytona 500 was over.

"I don’t know if we’ll try to get a car up here or what they’ll try to do," Sorenson said. "But as of right now, we don’t have a back-up car." What the team did was called "a miracle" by team foreman Ben Leslie. Fighting the clock and adverse conditions near the shop, the No. 44 Golden Corral Chevrolet SS was rebuilt.-NASCAR.com
Feb 17 - 9:07 PM

Reed Sorenson does not have a backup available and may not be able to field a car in Thursday’s Gatorade Duels in Daytona.

The team will scramble to see if they can get a second car, but even if they manage to get in that show, they will have to race into the Daytona 500 by placing among the top contenders, which will be a long shot in a backup car.
Feb 15 - 2:03 PM

Reed Sorenson is getting "xtreme" for the 2015 Daytona 500 as he joins John Cohen's Team Xtreme Racing.

Sorenson joins the team after competing full-time with Tommy Baldwin Racing in 2014. Heading into the sport's most prestigious race of the season, Team Xtreme Racing is also proud to welcome Golden Corral onboard as primary sponsor of the No. 44 Chevrolet. Returning to the organization to resume crew chief duties will be 20-year NASCAR veteran Peter Sospenzo.-140 BUZZ
Feb 9 - 8:40 PM

Reed Sorenson is set to make his first start at Homestead since 2009. He finished 40th with crash damage that year racing for Richard Petty Motorsports.

Sorenson attempted to qualify in 2011 for Robby Gordon and 2012 for Archie St Hilaire, but failed to make the show. His best finish of 16th came in 2006, racing for another owner Chip Ganassi, so he has a lot of experience dialing in an assortment of cars.
Wed, Nov 12, 2014 11:46:00 AM

Reed Sorenson had the second-slowest 10-lap average in the second practice session for the Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500k. He posted a speed of 132.480 mph from his laps eight through 17.

Sorenson has shown a tendency to improve in race conditions and has one of the best average improvements over his starting position, but his relatively slow speed in practice makes him a difficult selection as a dark horse.
Sat, Nov 8, 2014 02:53:00 PM