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Sentences forWood Brothers Racing

  • However, he earned 47 owner's points for Wood Brothers Racing (43 base points, three bonus points for the win, and one bonus point for leading a lap).NASCAR Cup Series-Wikipedia
  • In 2006, JTG Racing started a partnership with Wood Brothers Racing to field the No. 21 car under the banner of Wood Brothers/JTG Racing.JTG Daugherty Racing-Wikipedia
  • The first technical alliance between Roush Racing and another organization was with Wood Brothers Racing, another longtime Ford team and the oldest active team in the sport.Roush Fenway Racing-Wikipedia
  • After collecting the white flag Pearson slowed his Wood Brothers 73' Mercury to allow Richard Petty to jump out to a seven-car lead.Coke Zero Sugar 400-Wikipedia
  • Despite two consecutive second-place finishes, he left the team early in the season and ended the year driving the No. 21 Ford for the Wood Brothers.Cale Yarborough-Wikipedia
  • Ben Leslie was re-assigned to the #21 Wood Brothers Racing car with two races remaining in 2003.Mark Martin-Wikipedia

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