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- On August 26, 2008, Gillett Evernham Motorsports announced the signing of Reed Sorenson to a multi-year contract to drive the No.
- The move was in effect a closing of DEI, and Truex's #1 moved to Ganassi to replace the defunct #41 of Reed Sorenson.
- In 2006, Reed Sorenson took over the No.
- During the offseason, Allmendinger replaced Reed Sorenson in the team's famous No.
- 34 at Las Vegas and Phoenix, with Chris Buescher driving the car for the next four races along with Talladega and Reed Sorenson driving at Richmond.
- This was derailed when Sadler intended to sue the team and Allmendinger to keep his job, when Reed Sorenson was signed as a third driver, and when several sponsors threatened to leave the team in response to the recent moves.
- 41 to be piloted by Reed Sorenson.
- He was replaced by Reed Sorenson for 2014.
- 40 CRC Industries Chevrolet in the 2016 Daytona 500 for Reed Sorenson but failed to qualify.
- Lyons would be replaced by Cup driver Reed Sorenson in a few races midseason, and by JR Heffner for the race at Eldora Speedway.
- For 2014, Yeley was replaced by Reed Sorenson, and veteran crew chief Todd Parrott was brought in to improve the performance of the team.
- Late in the season, Bobby Hamilton and Reed Sorenson drove the 09 at Martinsville and Homestead, respectively.
- 55 with Reed Sorenson.
- After Daytona, Reed Sorenson went to the No.
- Reed Sorenson took over the No.
- Reed Sorenson returned to the No.
- Mears was replaced by Reed Sorenson for the remainder of the season.
- He was replaced on an interim basis by Reed Sorenson.
- Four days prior to Carpentier's announcement Gillett Evernham Motorsports had announced that they would hire driver Reed Sorenson for 2009 making Carpentier's future uncertain.
- 95 Ford Mustang being driven by Reed Sorenson in selected races late in the 2013 season, with a full-time driver for the 2014 season to be announced.
- For 2012, FAS Lane Racing ran full-time in 2012 with Terry Labonte running 4 races with C&J Energy as the sponsor, Mike Bliss running 7 races with U.S. Chrome and Air National Guard as the sponsors, Ken Schrader running in 9 races with Federated Auto Parts as the sponsor, Boris Said running in 2 races, Reed Sorenson in select races, and other select drivers and sponsors for the remaining 13 races.
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