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- 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.
- 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.
- During the offseason, Allmendinger replaced Reed Sorenson in the team's famous No. 43 car.
- In 2006, Reed Sorenson took over the 41 car when Mears moved to a different car on the same team.
- 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.
- Hillman and Robinson attempted to field the No. 40 CRC Industries Chevrolet in the 2016 Daytona 500 for Reed Sorenson but failed to qualify.
- He was replaced by Reed Sorenson for 2014.
- Reed Sorenson returned to the No. 55 machine at Auto Club.
- After Daytona, Reed Sorenson went to the No. 15.
- The number was changed from No. 62 to No. 55 with Reed Sorenson.
- In 2011, the Bucyrus 200 was won by Reed Sorenson after a confusing series of events in which numerous drivers either crashed, were penalized, or ran out of gas.
- Late in the season, Bobby Hamilton and Reed Sorenson drove the 09 at Martinsville and Homestead, respectively.
- However, Reed Sorenson, who had won at GIR in 2005, was looking to snap his 61-race losing streak.
- The big highlight of the race was when Robby Gordon was attempting to block the No. 41 of Reed Sorenson.
- He was replaced on an interim basis by Reed Sorenson.
- Mears was replaced by Reed Sorenson for the remainder of the season.
- 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.
- The team started fielding the No. 91 for Reed Sorenson starting at Indianapolis Motor Speedway as well.
- For the second consecutive year, rain washed out the Friday practice sessions, so there was one practice session and qualifying on Saturday, with Reed Sorenson claiming his first career pole.
- Reed Sorenson and Sam Hornish Jr. were also involved.
- In October 2013, Leavine Family Racing announced that they would be adding a Nationwide Series team to the team's operations, with the No. 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.
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