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Back Seat Driving Was A Glen Wood Specialty
When it comes to back seat driving, Glen Wood was among the best...
Racing Wasn’t the Only Calling for One of the Original Wood Brothers
To see Ray Lee Wood quietly and But that he was. As a tire changer for the famed Wood Brothers crew, Ray Lee Wood helped...
Leonard Wood’s Little Car is a Shade-Tree Engineering Marvel
Of all the exhibits in the Wood Brothers Museum in Stuart, Va., it is one of the littlest ones that tell one of the biggest...
Wood Brothers Appearance with 1965 Indy-Winning Lotus at Goodwood Festival of Speed
In the 60 years that the Wood Brothers of Stuart, Va., have been racing automobiles, there have been many memorable moments...
The Wood Brothers’ Father Was an Innovator Too
John Walter Wood isn’t a name one would naturally associate with major-league motorsports. In his day, he refused to drive...
Wood Brothers, Ford Lead the Way at Michigan
When NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series races at Michigan International Speedway, almost in the backyards of the American auto makers...
Bonnett Weaved His Way to a 1980 Win at Pocono
Throughout their 60-year run in NASCAR, the Wood Brothers racing team has been known for its innovations back at the shop...
Elliott’s First Coke 600 Start Was a Tough One
[caption id="attachment_424" align="alignright" width="300"] May 21, 2010; Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord,NC ,USA;[/caption...
Speedy Thompson Gave Woods Back-to-Back Wins in 1960
Leonard Wood remembers the ribbing he and his brothers got back in the fall of 1960 when they picked an essentially out-...
Wood Brothers’ 1980 Talladega Win Had Modern-Day Feel
Thrilling, late-race, come-from-behind wins have become the norm this season on NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series, but the truth...
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