FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) -Justin Allgaier and Reed Sorenson will have full-time NASCAR Nationwide Series rides in 2011 for Turner Motorsports.
The team that recently acquired Braun Racing said Friday it will run three cars next year in each of the Nationwide and Camping World Trucks series.
Allgaier, last year's Nationwide rookie of the year, will drive the No. 31 Chevrolet for the next two years. Sorenson will drive the No. 32 in 2011.
Turner's third Nationwide car will rotate among Ricky Carmichael, James Buescher and Jason Leffler.
In the truck series, Carmichael and Buescher are set for full-time rides next year. The third entry will rotate among Allgaier, Leffler, USAC star Brad Sweet and other drivers.

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