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The Master of the Madhouse
Throughout its history, the NASCAR series now known as Sprint Cup has parked its cars on Easter Sunday. But back in the ...
Madhouse – 1950’s Style
Out there in the world of die-hard, old-school racers and race fans, the buzz is all about spoilers, wings and Madhouse. ...
Glen Wood Among the Best Ever at Getting Around Martinsville
Negotiating the paper-clip-shaped Martinsville Speedway seems like it should be fairly simple, but it can be quite confounding...
Cooler Heads Will Prevail at Bristol – Eventually
When NASCAR’s Sprint Cup circuit rolls into Bristol Motor Speedway for this weekend’s Food City 500, it’s a safe bet that...
Kulwicki’s Last Taste of Victory was Shared with the Wood Brothers
When the Sprint Cup schedule rolls around to the early season Atlanta-to-Bristol segment, Eddie and Len Wood of the Wood Brothers race team often think back to that portion of the schedule back in 1993. It was a bittersweet time for the Woods and for NASCAR as a whole...
Atlanta Motor Speedway: A Special Place for Bill Elliott
To truly understand how special it is for Bill Elliott to drive the Wood Brothers’ No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Fusion...
Atlanta: The Old Track and The Older Track
NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series travels to Las Vegas this week for the running of the Shelby American Sprint Cup race, but the...
Ontario Motor Speedway Remembered
As the Sprint Cup circuit heads to Auto Club Speedway for the running of the Auto Club 500, the crew of the Wood Brothers...
Glen and Bernece Wood Celebrate 59 Anniversaries in Daytona
Just as faithfully as the swallows fly into San Juan Capistrano every year in late March, Glen Wood and his Stuart, Va., ...
Wood Brothers to make 100th Charlotte Start
Fall racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway has come a long way since the inaugural fall race on October 16, 1960. The Wood ...
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