Reed Sorenson of Tommy Baldwin Racing will not be competing in the Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway as the team decided to withdraw their entry for the race.
This means that the Homestead-Miami race will have a 38-car field instead of 39. The withdrawal comes after the lineup for the Sunday’s race was determined through a random draw.
Their #7 Chevrolet was supposed to be driver by Reed Sorenson. He was supposed to start in the 39th place as his team ranked as the lowest among the three open teams.
Sorenson has competed in seven races for the season, which includes two for Tommy Baldwin Racing.
It was only in the 2020 Cup Series that Tommy Baldwin Racing returned to the Cup Series, with their first start coming in Darlington Raceway. It was the first start since 2017 season for them.