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Reed Sorenson Races Into Daytona 500 After Daniel Suarez’s Misfortune

Reed Sorenson will be in the Daytona 500. The 34-year-old veteran finished 18th in the first Bluegreen Vacations Duel at Daytona on Thursday night (Feb. 13), which wasn’t good enough to qualify for the race. Justin Haley, who had locked his way in with his qualifying lap, raced his way in by …

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Reed Sorenson Entering Daytona 500 With Premium Motorsports

Reed Sorenson will drive the No. 27 for Premium Motorsports in the NASCAR Cup Series season opener at Daytona International Speedway, FOX Sports’ Bob Pockrass tweeted Monday, Feb. 3. Sorenson’s addition to the prospective entry list gives the Daytona 500 seven non-charter teams attempting the race at press time. The …

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2019 NASCAR Driver Reviews: Spire Motorsports

The NASCAR Cup Series’ newest team made a major impact in the 2019 season in multiple ways. With support from Premium Motorsports, Spire Motorsports turned 2019 into a success story — often a tall order for a first-year team. With a total of eight drivers behind the wheel, the No. …

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NASCAR 101: Active Drivers With the Most (& Least) Team Owners

Once again, NASCAR Silly Season is in full bloom. We’ve got retirements and alignments, sponsorships and ownerships, hirings and firings and, of course, Matt DiBenedetto. This annual late-summer/early-fall tradition is filled with nerves, excitement and surprises. On the note of surprises, Paul Menard joins David Ragan as the second Monster …

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