Ryan Blaney is doing double duty once again this weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway, competing in both Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series Drive for the Cure 300 and Sunday’s Bank of America 500 for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
For the legendary Wood Brothers Racing team, this weekend’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoff opener at Chicagoland Speedway marks a unique first for the organization that has been a part of NASCAR’s premier division since 1953.
The iconic No. 21 Ford Fusion of Wood Brothers Racing will have a very familiar look for 14 races in 2018, as Motorcraft and Quick Lane Tire and Auto Centers announced Tuesday at the NASCAR Hall of Fame they will return to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series team.
Wood Brothers Racing, the oldest active NASCAR team and one of the winningest teams in series history, has signed Paul Menard to drive the iconic No. 21 Ford in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series beginning next year.
The throwback paint scheme that Ryan Blaney’s No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Fusion will sport in the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway gives team owners Eddie and Len Wood a chance to recognize some of their most fun times in NASCAR.
After being so close so many times in his young Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career, 23 year old Ryan Blaney wins his first career pole award ahead of Saturday nights GoBowling 400 from the Kansas Speedway, the very sight as his first career Cup series start in 2014.
Ryan Blaney continued his impressive roll at Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday afternoon, becoming the third driver to sweep the first two stages of a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race this season.
Sitting high atop turns one and two here at the iconic Martinsville Speedway, it’s easy to get lost in the storied history of the half-mile, especially after hearing from NASCAR’s King, Richard Petty.
When Ryan Blaney climbed out of his No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Tire & Auto Care Centers Ford Sunday following the thrilling conclusion to Sunday’s 59th annual Daytona 500, you’d have thought he’d been crashed out of the race because of the dejection on his face.
NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series crew member and indoor racing veteran Ryan Flores was, at long last, crowned the Indoor Auto Racing Championship Series champion on Saturday night inside Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall.
For the Wood Brothers and their crew chief Jeremy Bullins, this week’s trip to Martinsville Speedway is like returning to the home place for a family reunion.Both the Woods and Bullins consider Martinsville their home track, and their sponsor for the weekend, Virginia Tech, is from nearby Blacksburg.
Missing the cut for the Chase for the Sprint Cup can be a mixed blessing, as Ryan Blaney and the Motorcraft/Quick Lane team provedon Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway.