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Rookie Nextel cup driver Reed Sorenson of his garage and practice at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida on February 17, 2006. (UPI Photo/Michael Bush)
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Bradley Reed Sorenson (born February 5, 1986, in Peachtree City, Georgia) is an American NASCAR driver. He currently drives the #32 Dollar General Toyota Camry for Turner Motorsports in the Nationwide Series.

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, in addition to graduating from Woodward Academy.

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