Wood Brothers Racing

Menard Off to Promising Start with Wood Brothers Racing

Paul Menard brought his No. 21 Ford Fusion home in ninth place Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, earning his second top-10 of the year.

Paul Menard Looks Forward to Racing the Wood Brothers’ Iconic No. 21

CHARLOTTE, NC – Paul Menard, a staple in Richard Childress Racing’s lineup the last few years is moving over to the Wood Brothers after Ryan Blaney moved over to Team Penske after the 2017 season. Menard has proven he can handle a Monster Energy Cup car, and now he goes to the oldest team on the circuit, bringing some sponsorship from his family’s business.

The Players – The Best Teams’ 2018 Lineup in NASCAR Cup

It’s only a short time until the annual Media Tour at the Hall of Fame in Charlotte. We will learn a lot there, but a couple things are obvious. There will be 24 major teams running next year (10 Fords, nine Chevrolets, and five Toyotas).

The View From My Recliner: Pre-Clash Edition

After taking the holidays to recharge and fight this never ending cold, it's time to park myself in the recliner and share my view of what is going on in the world of NASCAR.

Blaney Rebounds with Sixth Place Finish at Las Vegas

Ryan Blaney drove his No. 21 Wood Brothers Racing Ford to a sixth-place finish at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, capturing his first top-10 of the season. It was especially gratifying after a last-lap crash last week at Atlanta relegated him to a discouraging 25th place result.

Dave and Ryan Blaney Taking Big Steps in the New Year

Both Dave Blaney and his son Ryan are taking big steps in the New Year, with Ryan stepping into a full-time Cup ride and Dave taking a bit of a different path, stepping more fully back into his dirt track racing roots.

Wood Brothers Returning to Full Time in 2016

The Wood Brothers are returning to full-time competition next season. The team held a press conference at 1:30 p.m. today to make the official announcement. 2016 will be the first full season for NASCAR's oldest team since 2008.

Driver and Team Changes for the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season

As one season ends and a new one approaches, teams begin a self evaluation that often results in changes among key personnel. Here’s your guide to some of the new alliances we will see in 2015.

Surprising and Not Surprising: Ford EcoBoost 400

As the Florida sun faded to darkness at Homestead-Miami Speedway and a first-time champion was crowned, here is what was surprising and not surprising in the season’s final race, the Ford EcoBoost 400.

Marshall’s Madness: Greg Biffle’s Options Heading Into 2015

While speculation increases about Greg Biffle, who’s in his contract-year at Roush Fenway Racing, I’ve decided to compile a list of prospects that could be looking land ‘The Biff’ following the conclusion of this season; keep in mind, Biffle will have loyal and long-time sponsor 3M Company funding him wherever he lands.

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