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  • Jon Wood was finding victory in his grandfather's footsteps as a driver, racing go-kart in the World Karting Series and other forms of racing.Wood Brothers Racing-Wikipedia
  • Hossfeld struggled in his rookie year, and soon he was released, with Jon Wood driving the truck for the remainder of the season.Roush Fenway Racing-Wikipedia
  • Jon Wood drove the truck for two races, due to Marcos Ambrose not being cleared to run the first two races due to limited experience.JTG Daugherty Racing-Wikipedia
  • Meanwhile, the young Jon Wood continued blistering short tracks across the South and Mid-Atlantic in the Late Model Stock Series and Craftsman Truck Series.Wood Brothers Racing-Wikipedia
  • In 2007, he ran a part-time schedule with the Wood Brothers, sharing the ride with rookie Jon Wood.Ken Schrader-Wikipedia
  • The No. 20 truck debuted in 2006 with sponsorship United States Air Force, in a partnership with JTG Racing, Jon Wood started driving at Daytona and Fontana, finishing 16th and ninth.Wood Brothers Racing-Wikipedia

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