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Sorenson hopes to return to Premium Motorsports in 2018

Reed Sorenson continues to plug along as a full-time driver in NASCAR's top series. Sorenson is in his second full-time year with Premium Motorsports. Altogether, the two-car organization has seen various drivers and sponsors in their lineup this season. Of the ten drivers to compete for the team this year, two have had finishes inside the top-20 (Michael Waltrip and Ross Chastain). Sorenson has competed in the most races for Premium this season.

Faster cars over the last few weeks. and the addition of former Cup Series team owner Tommy Baldwin Jr. as a crew chief and competition director for the team. are what Sorenson credits to the team running more competitive. "The past few weeks have gone pretty well," Sorenson said.


There are eight races left in the season for NASCAR's premier series, and Sorenson will be behind-the-wheel at the remaining events.

Sorenson, who leads the team in all-time starts for the organization in the Cup Series, would like to continue to race for Premium in 2018.

"I hope so," Sorenson said. "That's the plan. I've had a great relationship with [team owner] Jay [Robinson] the past couple years. Him and I have become good friends and work well together. "I enjoy working for him, and I think he enjoys me working for him. I would like to continue that. We're always trying to find sponsorship, that's the toughest thing out there right now, is trying to secure funding."

--- The Racing Experts ---