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Branden Sorensen

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Branden Sorensen (born May 3, 2004) is a professional American drift driver from Las Vegas,NV. Sorensen competes in the Formula D series, piloting his LS powered BMW sponsored by the United States Air Force. Sorensen grew up competing in a wide variety of sports including BMX racing, Kart racing, and Short course off-road racing before making his transition into Drifting (motorsport). Sorensen made the switch to drifting at just 12 years old and started competing at local events. A short 2 years later, Sorensen won the US. Drift Championship at only 14 years old. Being awarded a Formula D license and crowning him the youngest professional drifter in Formula D history.

Sorensen started his Formula D career in 2019 at 15 years old in the pro 2 class alongside his sister Amanda Sorensen. He was awarded his Formula D pro license at the end of 2019 and moved on to start his pro rookie year in 2021. Sorensen finished 19th out of 33 drivers his rookie season in pro.

Going into the 2022 season, Sorensen partnered with the United States Air Force recruiting services along with his sister Amanda Sorensen. Branden Had an amazing season with the air force, finishing 12th overall in the Formula Drift series with a top finish of 4th place in Irwindale, CA.

Sorensen also started his Short course off-road racing career back up with the United States Air Force in the 2022 season. Finishing 4th at Glen Helen raceway in the PRO 2 class and completing multiple races in the Great American Short Course series. Sorensen said he is looking forward to staying in the sport with plans to race the CHAMP off road series in the future. His goal is to win a championship in the PRO2 class and step up to the mighty PRO4 class with 4wd trucks.

Early Life

Sorensen has been born and raised in a racing family with a passion for cars and all things motorsports. He started BMX racing not long after he learned to walk. By the time he was 5 years old he made it to the grand nationals and placed 6th out of 500+ competitors. After this achievement, He went on to race go karts alongside his sister. Their competitive nature pushed them greatly, always trying to one up the other. This competition continued until they were at the highest level, winning championships. Branden went on to win multiple championships in the Kid kart, micro max, and mini max classes. By the time Sorensen was 9 years old he had racked up quite the resume in the Go karting world and decided it was time to move up. He progressed into Short course off-road racing, following in his fathers footsteps, racing the highly competitive MOD kart class. Racing alongside his sister and big names like Hailie Deegan was a big step in Sorensen's career. He also raced a Yamaha YXZ1000R in the WORCS series learning how to drive in "extreme conditions". With an unfortunate circumstance happening at the age of 12 in the off road world and a new found love for drifting, Sorensen knew he found his calling elsewhere and retired his off road career to focus on his goal of becoming a Formula Drift Pro driver. [1]



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