Joe Reynolds led 82 laps to take victory in the Kobalt Tools 400 on Sunday, his first since the Mosport Road Course late last season. The win is also the second for Wood Brothers Racing, which last went to victory lane in the Daytona 500 in 2013B with Trevor Clark. Atlanta winner Philip von Borries … Continue reading Reynolds Wins Big In Vegas For Wood Bros.
Team Penske has announced that Josh Snyder will move to the #22 for the 2017-2018 season, replacing Joe Reynolds. Shell/Pennzoil returns as the primary sponsor for the team, as they are signed through the end of the 2019 season, and AAA and Auto Trader will return as well. Todd Gordon returns as Snyder's crew chief. … Continue reading Josh Snyder to Team Penske
The Wood Brothers have announced that Joe Reynolds will drive the famed #21 car for the 2017-2018 season, as the team will return to full-time racing this season. Reynolds, the 2014a Cup Series Champion, moves from Team Penske's #22 car. The move comes as a part of the technical alliance formed between Team Penske and … Continue reading Reynolds to the Wood Brothers
Trevor Clark, who has driven the Wood Brother's #21 for most of his 33 career Corvega Cup Series starts, will move to a development program for Team Penske starting this season. Clark will pilot the #29 Red Rocket Truck Series Truck for TJ Howard Racing in select races, and will drive the #22 Nuka-Cola Series … Continue reading Clark Leaving Wood Bros for Team Penske Development Program
Team Penske and the Wood Brothers have announced a technical alliance heading into the 2017-2018 season, and there's additional changes on the horizon. Last season, both teams operated as two separate organizations, but the new deal will allow the Wood Brothers team to return to full-time competition for the first time since the inaugural season. … Continue reading Team Penske and Wood Brothers Announce Tech Alliance