Wood Brothers Racing

FORT WORTH, TEXAS - OCTOBER 28: Matt DiBenedetto, driver of the #21 Menards/Richmond Ford, drives during the NASCAR Cup Series Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Wood Brothers Racing: 2021 Latest News, Stats, Schedule, Drivers

The Wood Brothers Racing is an American stock vehicle racing group that contends in the NASCAR Cup Series at present. Glen and Leonard Wood founded the team in 1950. Further from 2006 to 2008, the team merged with JTG Racing.

The Wood Brothers Racing is the oldest operating team in the field, running from 1950. Further, they have built a matured relationship with the Ford Motor Company, along with the use of No. 21 in their vehicles. Currently, the team is in association with Team Penske for technical terms.


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The team has experienced a turnover of $30 million in its entire period of existence in the motorsport realm.


Starting in 2020, the team contends in the Cup Series, basically. However, it ran in the Craftsman Truck Series for a short period too.

The team stepped foot for the Cup Series in 1953, and marked its arrival in the Craftsman Truck Series in 2006. Subsequently, the team has competed in 1692 races - 1615 races in the Cup Series and 77 races in the Craftsman Truck Series.

The team has aced 99 races over the course of its existence in the Cup Series. Further, it achieved 120 pole positions, 119 in the Cup Series, and 1 at the Craftsman Truck Series.


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The current lineup of Wood Brothers Racing fields the No. 21 for Matt DiBenedetto.

Wood Brothers Racing: Quick Facts


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OWNERSLeonard Wood

Glen Wood

BASEStuart, Virginia Mooresville, North Carolina
RACE DRIVERS21. Matt DiBenedetto
SPONSORS21. Motorcraft/Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center, Menards (Quaker State, FVP Batteries, Richmond Water Heaters, Moen, Knauf Insulation, Red Kap, Dutch Boy Paint, Monster Energy, Duracell, Tuscany Faucets, Wrangler), Reese/Draw Tite, NewFordTech.com

2020 Season Finale 500 (Phoenix)
Craftsman Truck Series:
2008 Ford 200 (Homestead)