On its first day on Twitter, Premium Motorsports used its fifth tweet to announce that Timmy Hill and Reed Sorenson would drive for it in Sunday’s 5 Hour Energy 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Hill, who has 35 Sprint Cup starts since 2012, will drive the No. 98 in his first start of 2015. Sorenson, who has 228 starts in 11 years, will make his third of 2015 driving the No. 62.
The announcement came following the departures of Brendan Gaughan and Josh Wise from the team. Wise announced the move Monday on Twitter, saying he and the team “did not share the same goals.”
Sorenson drove the No. 62 in the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway last weekend, finishing 36th, three laps of the lead.