Reed Sorenson

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Reed Sorenson
Reed Sorenson at the Daytona 500.JPG
Sorenson in 2015
Born Bradley Sorenson
(1986-02-05) February 5, 1986 (age 31)
Peachtree City, Georgia
Awards 2003 ASA National Tour Rookie of the Year
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career
283 races run over 13 years
Car no., team No. 15 (Premium Motorsports)
2016 position 39th
Best finish 22nd (2007)
First race 2005 Bass Pro Shops MBNA 500 (Atlanta)
Last race 2017 Tales of the Turtles 400 (Chicagoland)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 15 1
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
203 races run over 11 years
Car no., team No. 15 (JD Motorsports)
2013 position 18th
Best finish 4th (2005)
First race 2004 Kroger 200 (IRP)
Last race 2017 Virginia 529 College Savings 250 (Richmond)
First win 2005 Pepsi 300 (Nashville)
Last win 2011 Bucyrus 200 (Road America)
Wins Top tens Poles
4 86 2
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career
6 races run over 1 year
2016 position 97th
Best finish 97th (2016)
First race 2016 Pocono Mountains 150 (Pocono)
Last race 2016 Ford EcoBoost 200 (Homestead)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 0 0
Statistics current as of September 17, 2017.

Bradley "Reed" Sorenson (born February 5, 1986) is an American professional stock car racing driver. He currently competes part-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 15/55 Toyota Camry/Chevrolet SS for Premium Motorsports.

Early career[edit]

Sorenson's career started at age six when he began racing quarter-midgets. He won the national championship in 1997. He moved up to legends cars the following year, winning 13 out of 25 races, southeastern championships and breaking track records in the process. In 1999 he won 30 out of the 50 races in which he competed. He raced in legends for the next two years and won 84 events.

In 2002, Sorenson began racing in the American Speed Association (ASA), finishing in the top-ten seven out of his eight starts. He became a full-time driver in 2003 and won the highly coveted ASA Pat Schauer Memorial Rookies of the Year award at age 17. He caught his big break by signing a driver development contract with Chip Ganassi Racing.

NASCAR[edit]

In 2004, he won his first ARCA race, at Michigan International Speedway, in the No. 77 Sherwin Williams Dodge. He finished in the top-five in all three of his ARCA starts Sorenson also ran in five NASCAR Busch Series events for Chip Ganassi Racing, and had three top ten finishes, and a top five, which was a fourth-place finish at Homestead.

2005[edit]

Sorenson was named the full-time driver of the No. 41 Discount Tire Company-sponsored Dodge Intrepid for Ganassi for 2005, competing for rookie of the year. He won his first Busch Series race, at Nashville Superspeedway, winning by more than 14 seconds after starting on the pole and leading 197 out of 225 laps. After the Federated Auto Parts 300, he was leading the points race by 51. Sorenson picked up another win at Gateway. He ended the season fourth in points and finished second in the rookie of the year race to Carl Edwards.[citation needed]

Towards the end of the season, he was signed to move up to the Nextel Cup Series to drive the No. 41 Target-sponsored car full-time. He made his Nextel Cup debut in the 2005 Bass Pro Shops MBNA 500, racing as No. 39, but was involved in a crash and finished 41st. After a failed attempt to qualify for the Dickies 500, he ran in the Ford 400 for Phoenix Racing, where he finished the race in 28th.

2006–2008[edit]

Sorenson in his 2006 Busch Series car after his car hit the wall.

2006 brought on Sorenson's first season as a Nextel Cup Series regular, along with running a full-time driver in the Busch Series. His best finish in the 2006 Nextel Cup season was a fifth-place effort at Michigan International Speedway, and he ended the season with five top-ten finishes. He finished 24th in the 2006 points Nextel Cup standings and was fourth in the 2006 Raybestos Rookie of the Year contest with 198 points finishing behind Denny Hamlin, Martin Truex, Jr., and Clint Bowyer. He also fell in the Busch Series, dropping from fourth in the standings as a 19-year-old the year before to 10th place in 2006.

Sorenson in his 2007 Busch Series car after an accident

Sorenson broke his 61-race winless streak in the Busch Series at Gateway International Speedway by leading 95 laps and avoiding late race cautions to win the Busch Gateway 250 in Madison, Illinois. In Cup, he had a career best finish of fourth, at the Coca-Cola 600, and later a third-place finish at his hometrack at Atlanta. Sorenson got his first career pole, at the Allstate 400. Sorenson became the youngest pole winner ever at Indianapolis Motor Speedway; at 21 years, 173 days old. He broke a record that stood for 72 years. It was previously held by Rex Mays, who won the pole for the Indianapolis 500 in 1935 at 22 years of age. Sorenson ended up leading 16 laps, and finishing in the fifth place, behind race winner, Tony Stewart. At the end of the 2007 season, he placed 22nd in the final standings, improving two spots from 2006 (although he actually scored fewer points than in his rookie season).

2008 Cup racecar

Sorenson started the 2008 season off with a fifth-place finish in the Daytona 500.[1] This was the peak of his performances for the season. He got another top ten finish with some late race strategy in a rain shortened New Hampshire race. He was temporarily replaced by Scott Pruett at Infineon Raceway in an attempt to gain points in the owners' standings. Sorenson ran a limited 2008 NASCAR Nationwide Series competing in the Aaron's 312 at Talladega Superspeedway in the Fitz Motorsports No. 22 Arctic Ice-sponsored car.

Sorenson competed in the Missouri-Illinois Dodge Dealers 250 at Gateway International Raceway to defend his win from 2007, in the No. 40 Fastenal Chip Ganassi Racing Dodge. He was involved in a mid-race wreck that ended his chance to defend his title. On August 26, 2008, it was announced that the 2008 season was to be Sorenson's last season with Ganassi, after signing a multi year contract with Gillett Evernham Motorsports to start the 2009 season. He ended the year 32nd in points.[citation needed]

2009[edit]

On January 8, 2009, Gillett Evernham Motorsports and Petty Holdings announced in principle to form a new NASCAR Sprint Cup team that will be co-owned by Richard Petty, Petty Holdings (owned by majority shareholder Boston Ventures), and Gillett Evernham Motorsports. The new car number will be No. 43 and will be driven by Sorenson.[2] It was announced on January 19, 2009, that with the merger of Gillett Evernham Motorsports and Petty Holdings the newly formed team will be known as Richard Petty Motorsports.[3]

Sorenson's 2009 season was wildly disappointing; he had only one top 10 (at the season-opening Daytona 500) and finished 29th in the season standings. On September 10, 2009, Richard Petty Motorsports and Yates Racing announced that they planned to merge in 2010, and Sorenson was not to be retained as part of the merger. A. J. Allmendinger took over the No. 43 following the season.[4]

2010[edit]

Sorenson piloted the No. 32 Braun Racing Toyota Camry in a part-time schedule consisting of 23 Nationwide races for 2010. He was to share the ride with Brian Vickers, but after Vickers was diagnosed with blood clots in May and cannot race, Sorenson is to take over for the rest of Vickers' planned Nationwide starts. In mid-January, Braun Racing announced that Sorenson will drive a part-time Sprint Cup Series schedule. After failing to qualify for the Daytona 500, the team announced they will attempt the Kobalt Tools 500 in Atlanta, but decided to rather attempt the Samsung Mobile 500 in Texas, where Sorenson qualified 43rd and finished 39th. On June 16, Sorenson was hired by Red Bull Racing Team as substitute driver for car No. 83 and driver Brian Vickers. At the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona Sorenson drove the No. 83 car to an eighth-place finish. It was the first top 10 for the team since Vickers was sidelined.[citation needed]

2011[edit]

Sorenson's car at his (as of 2016) last Xfinity Series win at Road America.

Prior to the 2011 season, Braun Racing was acquired by Turner Motorsports and the team switched manufacturers from Toyota to Chevrolet.[5] Sorenson remained with the team to run full-time for the Nationwide Series championship. He drove the No. 32 Dollar General Chevy and the No. 30 Rexall Chevy on occasions. He won his first road course race at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin on his first attempt at the track. This was his first win since 2007.

On October 4, Turner Motorsports announced that Sorenson would no longer be driving the No. 32 Dollar General Chevy, and Brian Vickers would be assuming the driving duties immediately. Turner Motorsports gave no reason for the switch; and Sorenson was third in points at the time. Turner did acknowledge that Dollar General would not sponsor their car after 2011. Sorenson managed to pick up a last-minute ride with MacDonald Motorsports to drive their No. 82 car for the remainder of the year.[6]

2012[edit]

In 2012, Sorenson drove the No. 52 Chevrolet for Jimmy Means in the season-opening Nationwide Series event at Daytona International Speedway.[7] At Bristol Motor Speedway and California Speedway in March, Sorenson drove the No. 74 for Turn One Racing in the Sprint Cup Series.[8]

Sorenson made his debut in the No. 32 team owned by Frank Stoddard for the night race at Texas Motor Speedway with sponsor from Jani-king.[9]

Sorensen drove the No. 32 for FAS Lane Racing in select races for the 2012 Sprint Cup Season. Later in the year he attempted to qualify for the Brickyard 400 driving the No. 91 Ford for Humphrey Smith Racing, but failed to qualify for the race. He qualified for the Pennsylvania 400 the following week, making his first race in the No. 91, which had changed to Toyota.

2013[edit]

Sorenson's No. 43 in 2013

In February 2013, it was announced that Sorenson would drive full-time in the Nationwide Series in the No. 40 Chevrolet for The Motorsports Group.[10] Following an injury to Michael Annett, Sorenson substituted for Annett in the Richard Petty Motorsports No. 43 Ford for several races.[11]

In September Sorenson returned to the Sprint Cup Series, replacing Scott Speed in the No. 95 Ford for Leavine Family Racing.[12] However, he failed to secure the seat for 2014, with Leavine instead picking Michael McDowell to drive the car.[citation needed]

2014[edit]

In February 2014, Sorenson announced that he would be running his first full Sprint Cup Series schedule since 2009, driving the No. 36 Chevrolet for Tommy Baldwin Racing, replacing J. J. Yeley.[13] Veteran crew chief Todd Parrott was brought in to work with Sorenson. After struggling with limited sponsorship in the beginning of the year, the team came around during the second half of the season with additional sponsorship, recording 5 top 25's and 10 top 30's in the final 16 events of the season, with a high of 14th at Talladega. The team finished with an average finish of 29th.[citation needed]

2015[edit]

On February 9, 2015, Sorenson was signed by Team Xtreme Racing to compete in the Daytona 500 with sponsorship from Golden Corral, driving the No. 44 Chevy.[14] Sorenson joined RAB Racing for the following race at Atlanta.[15] He was also signed with Premium Motorsports after lack of sponsorship killed both of his prior teams.[16]

2016[edit]

Sorenson attempted to make his Camping World Truck Series debut at Daytona, driving the No. 63 for MB Motorsports. Sorenson also joined Hillman Racing for the Daytona 500, driving the No. 40 Chevrolet but didn't qualify.[17] Sorenson missed both events. Sorenson returned to Premium Motorsports, driving the No. 55 Chevrolet starting at Martinsville. Sorenson later made his Camping World Truck Series debut at Pocono, driving the No. 49 Chevrolet Siverado for Premium Motorsports where he finished 18th.

2017[edit]

Sorenson returned to Premium for the 2017 season. He failed to qualify after being (possibly) intentionally wrecked by Corey LaJoie in Can-Am Duel 1. After the race, Sorenson called the move "pretty crappy" and "moronic" and added on that LaJoie, making his first Daytona laps during the Duel, could've hurt someone, drawing comparisons to Kyle Busch's 2015 Daytona wreck, after which he missed 11 races.[18]

After flagship driver Michael Waltrip announced that he would retire from NASCAR competition after the 2017 Daytona 500, Premium Motorsports announced that Sorenson would drive the No. 15 Toyota for the rest of the 2017 season, following Robinson's purchase of HScott Motorsports' No. 15 Chevrolet. However, Premium removed Sorenson from the 15 for Dover, replacing him with Ross Chastain. No announcements have yet been made about who will drive the 15 for the remainder of the season. Although he did run Pocono and Michigan, he was replaced again by Kevin O'Connell at Sonoma, and D.J. Kennington at Daytona he then returned to the No. 15 until he was again replaced, this time by Gray Gaulding at Pocono.

Motorsports career results[edit]

NASCAR[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

Monster Energy Cup Series[edit]

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 MENCC Pts
2005 Chip Ganassi Racing 39 Dodge DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI MAR TEX PHO TAL DAR RCH CLT DOV POC MCH SON DAY CHI NHA POC IND GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH NHA DOV TAL KAN CLT MAR ATL
41
TEX
DNQ
PHO 67th 119
Phoenix Racing 09 Dodge HOM
28
2006 Chip Ganassi Racing 41 Dodge DAY
29
CAL
21
LVS
40
ATL
10
BRI
22
MAR
12
TEX
13
PHO
40
TAL
26
RCH
23
DAR
11
CLT
10
DOV
19
POC
36
MCH
5
SON
29
DAY
34
CHI
7
NHA
24
POC
26
IND
30
GLN
12
MCH
8
BRI
36
CAL
21
RCH
14
NHA
17
DOV
11
KAN
43
TAL
39
CLT
36
MAR
35
ATL
29
TEX
17
PHO
29
HOM
16
24th 3434
2007 DAY
13
CAL
43
LVS
31
ATL
9
BRI
43
MAR
18
TEX
40
PHO
15
TAL
25
RCH
21
DAR
40
CLT
4
DOV
27
POC
24
MCH
23
SON
40
NHA
26
DAY
42
CHI
12
IND
5
POC
28
GLN
28
MCH
38
BRI
15
CAL
21
RCH
32
NHA
14
DOV
30
KAN
7
TAL
10
CLT
30
MAR
41
ATL
3
TEX
40
PHO
19
HOM
22
22nd 3275
2008 DAY
5
CAL
37
LVS
18
ATL
31
BRI
31
MAR
36
TEX
24
PHO
42
TAL
43
RCH
12
DAR
32
CLT
22
DOV
26
POC
33
MCH
34
SON NHA
6
DAY
22
CHI
31
IND
17
POC
35
GLN
31
MCH
33
BRI
36
CAL
27
RCH
26
NHA
22
DOV
30
KAN
26
TAL
23
CLT
15
MAR
35
ATL
39
TEX
37
PHO
31
HOM
31
32nd 2795
2009 Richard Petty Motorsports 43 Dodge DAY
9
CAL
21
LVS
34
ATL
33
BRI
23
MAR
17
TEX
36
PHO
12
TAL
11
RCH
20
DAR
19
CLT
35
DOV
19
POC
20
MCH
27
SON
40
NHA
17
DAY
33
CHI
24
IND
13
POC
35
GLN
31
MCH
29
BRI
19
ATL
27
RCH
16
NHA
36
DOV
35
KAN
26
CAL
31
CLT
21
MAR
24
TAL
16
TEX
36
PHO
26
HOM
40
29th 3147
2010 Braun Racing 32 Toyota DAY
DNQ
CAL LVS ATL BRI MAR PHO TEX
39
TAL RCH
41
DAR
43
DOV CLT
DNQ
POC MCH SON 39th 1355
Red Bull Racing Team 83 Toyota NHA
24
DAY
8
CHI
27
IND
35
POC
32
GLN MCH
26
BRI
15
ATL
14
RCH NHA
27
DOV
16
KAN
30
CAL
27
CLT
18
MAR TAL TEX PHO HOM
2011 Robby Gordon Motorsports 7 Dodge DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL MAR TEX TAL RCH DAR DOV CLT KAN POC MCH SON DAY KEN NHA IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH CHI NHA DOV
38
KAN
38
CLT TAL MAR
36
TEX
DNQ
PHO HOM
DNQ
72nd 01
2012 Turn One Racing 74 Chevy DAY PHO LVS BRI
42
CAL
42
MAR
43
69th 01
FAS Lane Racing 32 Ford TEX
32
KAN
28
RCH
34
TAL DAR
30
CLT DOV
30
POC
41
MCH SON KEN DAY NHA
Humphrey Smith Racing 91 Ford IND
DNQ
Toyota POC
42
GLN MCH
42
ATL
42
DOV
43
TAL CLT
41
KAN
41
TEX
43
PHO
Chevy BRI
DNQ
RCH
43
CHI
DNQ
NHA
42
MAR
43
Go Green Racing 79 Ford HOM
DNQ
2013 Leavine Family Racing 95 Ford DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL MAR TEX KAN RCH TAL DAR CLT DOV POC MCH SON KEN DAY NHA IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH
42
CHI
42
NHA DOV
41
KAN
42
CLT TAL MAR
40
TEX PHO
37
HOM 71st 01
2014 Tommy Baldwin Racing 36 Chevy DAY
16
PHO
31
LVS
34
BRI
28
CAL
21
MAR
34
TEX
33
DAR
39
RCH
42
TAL
34
KAN
32
CLT
42
DOV
24
POC
34
MCH
32
SON
32
KEN
27
DAY
33
NHA
33
IND
38
POC
27
GLN
23
MCH
27
BRI
24
ATL
29
RCH
24
CHI
29
NHA
31
DOV
32
KAN
26
CLT
27
TAL
14
MAR
35
TEX
33
PHO
28
HOM
24
34th 516
2015 Team Xtreme Racing 44 Chevy DAY
32
41st 74
RAB Racing 29 Toyota ATL
DNQ
LVS
DNQ
PHO CAL
DNQ
MAR TEX BRI
Front Row Motorsports 34 Ford RCH
34
TAL KAN CLT DOV POC MCH SON DAY
Premium Motorsports 62 Chevy KEN
36
NHA
DNQ
IND
DNQ
BRI
DNQ
DAR
98 POC
34
GLN
62 Ford MCH
DNQ
98 RCH
41
CHI
40
NHA DOV
33
CLT
35
KAN
38
TAL MAR
62 Toyota TEX
DNQ
PHO HOM
DNQ
2016 Hillman Racing 40 Chevy DAY
DNQ
ATL LVS PHO CAL 39th 198
Premium Motorsports 55 Chevy MAR
37
TEX
36
BRI
40
RCH
40
TAL KAN
33
DOV
38
CLT
40
KEN
27
NHA
35
IND
33
POC
40
GLN BRI
27
MCH
36
DAR
31
RCH
26
CHI
39
CLT
28
MAR
38
HOM
32
98 POC
28
MCH
31
SON KAN
34
PHO
36
55 Toyota DAY
22
NHA
36
DOV
35
TAL
37
TEX
35
2017 DAY
DNQ
TAL
40
DAY
30
-* -*
15 Chevy ATL
31
PHO
30
MAR
31
TEX
35
BRI
28
RCH
33
KAN
25
CLT
30
DOV MCH
34
SON KEN
28
NHA
34
IND POC GLN BRI
38
CHI
32
NHA
Toyota LVS
31
CAL
34
POC
31
DAR
39
55 Chevy MCH
33
RCH
30
DOV CLT TAL KAN MAR TEX PHO HOM
Daytona 500[edit]
Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish
2006 Chip Ganassi Racing Dodge 22 29
2007 33 13
2008 5 5
2009 Richard Petty Motorsports Dodge 34 9
2010 Braun Racing Toyota DNQ
2014 Tommy Baldwin Racing Chevrolet 39 16
2015 Team Xtreme Racing Chevrolet 14 32
2016 Hillman Racing Chevrolet DNQ
2017 Premium Motorsports Toyota DNQ

Xfinity Series[edit]

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 NXSC Pts
2004 Chip Ganassi Racing 41 Dodge DAY CAR LVS DAR BRI TEX NSH TAL CAL GTY RCH NZH CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA PPR IRP
13
MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT ATL
29
PHO
9
DAR HOM
4
52nd 637
Phoenix Racing 1 Dodge MEM
10
2005 Chip Ganassi Racing 41 Dodge DAY
9
CAL
5
MXC
14
LVS
6
ATL
DNQ
NSH
1*
BRI
3
TEX
3
PHO
32
TAL
32
DAR
12
RCH
31
CLT
5
DOV
2
NSH
3
KEN
4
MLW
12
DAY
20
CHI
10
NHA
14
PPR
7
GTY
1*
IRP
3
GLN
41
MCH
36
BRI
11
CAL
12
RCH
7
DOV
4
KAN
6
CLT
35
MEM
33
TEX
4
PHO
8
HOM
33
4th 4453
Fitz Motorsports 40 Dodge ATL
19
2006 Chip Ganassi Racing 41 Dodge DAY
9
CAL
11
MXC
36
LVS
10
ATL
42
BRI
27
TEX
13
NSH
19
PHO
2
TAL
17
RCH
36
DAR
23
CLT
21
DOV
10
NSH
23
KEN
39
MLW DAY
40
CHI
8
NHA
17
MAR
4
GTY
4
IRP
2
GLN
28
MCH
7
BRI
42
CAL
19
RCH
5
DOV
6
KAN
7
CLT
38
MEM
7
TEX
36
PHO
7
HOM
42
10th 3670
2007 DAY
38
CAL
36
MXC LVS
30
ATL
39
BRI
16
NSH TEX
35
PHO TAL
27
RCH
8
DAR CLT
42
DOV
27
NSH KEN MLW NHA
9
DAY
7
CHI
15
GTY
1*
IRP CGV GLN MCH
20
BRI
33
CAL
11
RCH DOV
5
KAN 30th 1881
Rusty Wallace Racing 66 Dodge CLT
25
MEM TEX PHO HOM
2008 Fitz Motorsports 22 Dodge DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI NSH TEX PHO MXC TAL
29
RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI 105th 157
Chip Ganassi Racing 40 Dodge GTY
29
IRP CGV GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH DOV KAN CLT MEM TEX PHO HOM
2009 Braun Racing 32 Toyota DAY CAL LVS BRI TEX NSH PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV NSH KEN MLW NHA DAY CHI GTY
2
IRP IOW GLN 47th 1059
Phoenix Racing 1 Dodge MCH
12
BRI
35
CGV ATL
10
RCH
Braun Racing 10 Toyota DOV
7
KAN
10
CAL CLT
16
MEM TEX PHO
3
HOM
2010 32 DAY CAL LVS BRI
7
NSH
2
PHO
12
TEX
3
RCH
8
DAR DOV
4
CLT
8
NSH
7
KEN
5
ROA NHA
8
DAY
22
CHI
8
GTY
2
IRP
5
IOW
36
GLN MCH
8
BRI
8
CGV ATL
34
RCH
5
12th 3739
10 TAL
40
Turner Motorsports 32 DOV
4
KAN
36
CAL
10
CLT
7
GTY
6
TEX
7
PHO
5
HOM
14
2011 Chevy DAY
5
PHO
5
BRI
34
TEX
7
TAL
9
NSH
8
RCH
12
DAR
8
DOV
3
IOW
4
CLT
5
CHI
6
ROA
1
DAY
3
NHA
15
NSH
8
IRP
9
IOW
6
GLN
13
CGV
25
BRI
12
ATL
32
RCH
8
CHI
10
DOV
7
5th 1062
30 LVS
11
CAL
14
MCH
11
KEN
17
MacDonald Motorsports 82 Dodge KAN
26
CLT
32
TEX
16
PHO
35
HOM
25
2012 Hamilton Means Racing 52 Chevy DAY
34
PHO LVS BRI CAL TEX RCH TAL DAR IOW 39th 124
Biagi-DenBeste Racing 98 Ford CLT
16
DOV MCH ROA KEN
13
DAY NHA CHI IND
33
IOW GLN CGV BRI ATL
32
RCH CHI KEN DOV CLT
12
KAN TEX PHO HOM
2013 The Motorsports Group 40 Chevy DAY
30
PHO
18
CLT
37
DOV
29
IOW
15
MCH
24
ROA
37
KEN
22
DAY
39
NHA
34
CHI
30
IND
28
IOW
31
GLN
16
MOH
36
BRI
28
ATL
21
RCH
27
CHI
33
KEN
21
DOV KAN 18th 524
Richard Petty Motorsports 43 Ford LVS
16
BRI
18
CAL
17
TEX
15
RCH
10
TAL
22
DAR
18
Leavine Family Racing 95 Ford CLT
37
TEX PHO HOM
2017 JD Motorsports 15 Chevy DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI RCH TAL CLT DOV POC MCH IOW DAY KEN NHA
39
IND
38
IOW
39
GLN MOH BRI
DNQ
ROA DAR
DNQ
RCH
39
CHI KEN DOV CLT KAN TEX PHO HOM -* 01*

Camping World Truck Series[edit]

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 NCWTC Pts
2016 MB Motorsports 63 Chevy DAY
DNQ
ATL MAR KAN DOV CLT TEX IOW GTW KEN ELD 97th 01
Premium Motorsports 49 Chevy POC
18
BRI MCH
21
MSP CHI
28
NHA LVS TAL
18
MAR TEX
24
PHO HOM
28

* Season still in progress
1 Ineligible for series points

ARCA Re/Max Series[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

ARCA Re/Max Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 ARSC Pts
2004 Braun Racing 77 Dodge DAY NSH SLM KEN TOL CLT
4*
KAN POC 39th 720
Chip Ganassi Racing MCH
1*
SBO BLN KEN GTW POC LER NSH ISF TOL DSF CHI SLM TAL
2

References[edit]

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