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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).
- 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.
- 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.
- After collecting the white flag Pearson slowed his Wood Brothers 73' Mercury to allow Richard Petty to jump out to a seven-car lead.
- 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.
- Ben Leslie was re-assigned to the #21 Wood Brothers Racing car with two races remaining in 2003.
- By 2006, most Ford teams were using the Roush-Yates engines, including long-time Ford team and Roush affiliate Wood Brothers Racing (then Wood Brothers/JTG Racing).
- On July 26, 2017, Menard was announced as the replacement for Ryan Blaney in the No. 21 Wood Brothers Racing Ford starting in 2018.
- Four of his five victories came with the famed Wood Brothers, in 1964, 1965, 1966 and 1968, in cars all numbered 121 (a simple graphic addition to the team's traditional "21").
- Later that season, Elliott signed to drive the No. 21 for Wood Brothers Racing in 2007, in part due to his championship provisional, which guaranteed starting the race.
- Petty left to drive for the Wood Brothers in 1985, taking the sponsor with him and causing the team to shut down.
- Petty took his number and sponsorship to Wood Brothers Racing in 1985, where he had a then career-high seven top-fives and his first top-ten points finish.
- He joined Wood Brothers Racing to drive their No. 21 Citgo-sponsored Ford.
- Stenhouse finished 11th in the Wood Brothers Racing entry.
- The No. 62 missed 20 of 36 races and finished 2015 45th in the owners points, lowest among teams that attempted the full schedule and also behind the part-time No. 21 and No. 95 teams.
- Foyt won the 1971 and 1972 races at the Ontario Motor Speedway for Wood Brothers Racing.
- The team would finish 42nd in the owner points, down noticeably from their 38th place showing the year before; they were the highest-ranked full-time team to trail the part-time No. 21 by season's end.
- In 2003, Rudd signed to drive the No. 21 Ford for Wood Brothers Racing replacing Elliott Sadler and responded with four Top 5s and a 23rd-place finish in points.
- Sadler moved up to the Cup Series full-time in 1999, driving the No. 21 Ford Taurus for Wood Brothers Racing.
- Prior to the 2008 season, Wood Brothers Racing and JTG Racing split into two teams.
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