Reed Sorenson will struggle to finish in the top 30 this week, based on his recent performance with similarly-funded teams.
Reed Sorenson has earned two top-30 finishes on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks with his current Premium Motorsports team.
Reed Sorenson made eight starts last year on the similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks and finished in the top 30 twice.
Reed Sorenson and Timmy Hill were the two drivers who failed to qualify for the Daytona 500.
In the midst of a busy off season that saw Premium Motorsports move its race shop to Mooresville, NC, owner Jay Robinson confirmed to Frontstretch.com that Reed Sorenson will pilot the No. 55 car beginning with the season-opening Daytona 500 next month, with more races possible, dependent on sponsorship.
Reed Sorenson qualified for 28 races, but had only one top-25 finish at Daytona International Speedway to show for it.
Reed Sorenson will be in the No. 55 Premium Motorsport entry this week, which means he will be forced to qualify on time for the Ford EcoBoost 400.
Reed Sorenson will make his first Phoenix International Raceway start this week since the Fall 2014 contest.
Reed Sorenson has scored only two top-35 finishes in his last seven starts since leaving Richard Petty Motorsports.
Reed Sorenson will compete at Talladega SuperSpeedway this week in the Cup series for the first time since 2014.
With less than 20 minutes remaining in the first practice session for the Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway, Reed Sorenson blew an engine and oiled down the track.
Reed Sorenson has finished better than he started in his last four attempts at Kansas Speedway.
Reed Sorenson will be lucky to finish in the top 30 at Charlotte. Four of his last five starts on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks ended outside that mark.
Reed Sorenson entered this spring’s AAA 400 with a three-race streak of running at the end of a race at Dover International Speedway. He crashed on lap 204 and failed to finish.