Premium Motorsports Purchases The Assests Of Tommy Baldwin Racing’s #36 Team

Reed Sorenson

(WOMR file photo)

Premium Motorsports, formally know as Jay Robinson Racing, has purchased the assets of the 2014 NSCS #36 team from Tommy Baldwin Racing.

Tommy Baldwin Racing’s #36 team ran the full schedule in 2014 and finished 35th in the final point standings with Reed Sorenson behind the wheel. For 2015 Premium Motorsports has changed the team’s number from #36 to #62. The team will be fielding Chevrolets for the 2015 Season. Premium Motorsports is led by Veteran Team Owner Jay Robinson.

The team will announce the sponsorship package, as well as announcing who will be sitting in the driver’s seat for the #62 team in the forth coming days.(Premium Motorsports)

This whole transaction has occurred in rapid fire!  Just a couple of weeks ago Tommy Baldwin Racing and Zing Zang Bloody Mary Mix announced that there was a five race sponsorship package for five races in 2015.  Now TBR is announcing that they are selling off the assets of that same race team to Premium Motorsports!


Mears Out Sorenson In At Red Bull

(photo courtesy Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Red Bull Racing announced on Wednesday that Reed Sorenson will replace Casey Mears beginning June 27 at the Louden N.H. race.  Mears had been driving for Brian Vickers while he is recuperating from blood clots.  vickers has opted out of the rest of the race season on doctor’s orders.

“Our unique situation has afforded us the opportunity to try some different things and we’re continuing to do that with Reed,” Jay Frye, Red Bull’s vice president and general manager, said in a press release.

It looks like Red Bull Racing is having a difficult time finding an adequate replacement for Vickers in the #83 Red Bull Toyota.


Braun Racing To Run Some Sprint Cup Races

Reed Sorenson will drive a Cup car for Braun Racing in 2010. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

(photo courtesy Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Bruan Racing has announced that it will participate in some Sprint Cup races in 2010.  Dollar General, which sponsors the #32 Nationwide team for Braun Racing, will serve as the primary sponsor on the Braun Racing Sprint Cup entry.  Braun Racing announced that  Reed Sorenson, who will be driving the #32 Nationwide Braun entry part time, would be the driver of the Sprint Cup entry as well.

So far Braun Racing will participate in five Sprint Cup events, Daytona, Atlanta, Chicago, Indianapolis, and Charlotte.