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Sentences forReed Sorenson

  • The move was in effect a closing of DEI, and Truex's No. 1 moved to Ganassi to replace the defunct No. 41 of Reed Sorenson.Martin Truex Jr.-Wikipedia
  • During the 2005 season, it was announced Mears would move to a separate car for Ganassi with Home123 sponsorship, with the No. 41 to be piloted by Reed Sorenson.Casey Mears-Wikipedia
  • During the offseason, Allmendinger replaced Reed Sorenson in the team's famous No. 43 car.A. J. Allmendinger-Wikipedia
  • In 2006, Reed Sorenson took over the 41 car when Mears moved to a different car on the same team.Target Corporation-Wikipedia
  • Reed Sorenson took over the No. 62 at Kentucky, which qualified for the second week in a row (due to another qualifying rainout) finishing in 36th place.Premium Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Lyons would be replaced by Cup driver Reed Sorenson in a few races midseason, and by JR Heffner for the race at Eldora Speedway.Premium Motorsports-Wikipedia

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