Reed Sorenson will team with MB Motorsports and Theme Park Connection for the season-opening race for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on Feb. 19 at Daytona International Speedway.
This will mark Sorenson's first ever Truck Series start. The 30-year-old Peachtree City, Ga. native has competed at the NASCAR national level since 2004. He is a winner of four NASCAR Xfinity Series races and made 234 career starts in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Trip Bruce will serve as crew chief for Sorenson's No. 63 Theme Park Connection Chevrolet Silverado.
REED SORENSON, Driver, No. 63 Theme Park Connection Chevrolet:
"This is a really solid opportunity for me and the whole MB Motorsports team to score a win at Daytona. Having worked with Theme Park Connection in the past, I know they're great partners. I'm grateful for the team and Theme Park Connection allowing me the chance to go Truck racing."
BRIAN RAMSEY, General Manager, Theme Park Connection:
"Being based in Central Florida, we consider Daytona our home racetrack and are excited to watch Reed Sorenson drive the Theme Park Connection Silverado. Theme Park Connection already has an extensive collection of Disney and NASCAR memorabilia, but we're always happy to collect trophies. We'll be rooting for Reed and the MB Motorsports team to pull through with a victory."
MIKE MITTLER, Owner, MB Motorsports:
"Daytona is our biggest race of the season and having Reed in our truck gives us about as good of a chance as we've ever had at winning it. We're thrilled that Theme Park Connection has joined us for the event. They've been a great partner so far, and we hope to put on a heck of a show for them."
Reed Sorenson/MB Motorsports PR
Sorenson, Theme Park Connection Join MB Motorsports for Daytona
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