Wood Brothers

Wood Brothers may refer to the following:

  • Wood Brothers Racing, an American auto racing team
  • The Wood Brothers, musical siblings Chris and Oliver Wood
  • Wood Brothers TV, TV presenter siblings Danny, Ben and Sam Wood

Other articles related to "wood brothers, wood, brothers":

Wood Brothers Racing - Sprint Cup - Car No. 21 History - Bill Elliott Comes Back To Ford
21 car with Jon Wood attempting to qualify for 2 races, succeeding in 1 ... The sponsors stayed the same from 2006, and the Wood Brothers entered a second car into 2 events, at Las Vegas with Schrader and Kansas with Jon Wood ... In 2008, Bill Elliott, Marcos Ambrose, and Jon Wood shared driving responsibilities of the #21 ...
Cale Yarborough - 1960s
... he left the team early in the season and ended the year driving the #21 Ford for the Wood Brothers ... races in 1967 at the Atlanta 500 and the Firecracker 400 for the Wood Brothers, but dropped to 20th in standings because he only ran 17 races ... ran the rest of the season for the Wood Brothers, winning his first Daytona 500 in a duel with Lee Roy Yarbrough, the Firecracker 400, and his first Southern 500 garnering a total of six wins that season ...
Wood Brothers Racing - Indy 500
... As the Wood Brothers Racing Team gained notoriety throughout NASCAR racing for their work in the pits, other racers in varying forms of motorsports took notice ... Lotus owner Colin Chapman hired the Wood Brothers to service his car, driven by his Scottish Formula One ace Jim Clark, during pit stops in the 1965 Indianapolis 500 ... as the winner of the 1965 Indianapolis 500, with the Wood Brothers as his crew ...
Wood Brothers Racing - Sprint Cup - Car No. 21 History
... The Wood Brothers Racing Team was formed in 1950 by brothers from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwest Virginia ... Walter and Ada Wood owned a family farm between Woolwine and Stuart, Virginia ... Glen Wood cut timber and hauled lumber to local sawmills ...

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