ST Motorsports No. 47 Team Notes Jon Wood will be making his 22nd career start on the NASCAR Busch Series circuit in the New England 200, and his first career start at the New Hampshire International Speedway. Wood is 18th in the NASCAR Busch...
ST Motorsports No. 47 Team Notes
Jon Wood will be making his 22nd career start on the NASCAR Busch Series circuit in the New England 200, and his first career start at the New Hampshire International Speedway.
Wood is 18th in the NASCAR Busch Series standings, 302 points from the Top 10, with $468,860 in earnings.
Wood is the grandson of legendary driver/car owner Glen Wood and son of current Cup car owner Eddie Wood.
Jon Wood Quotes
On New Hampshire: "I've talked a lot to my father about New England because he has a lot of experience up there. He said it's like a giant Martinsville Speedway. The key will be getting into the corners and getting off the corners without using a lot of brakes. As odd as it sounds, one of the best ways to go fast there is to slow down and not over-drive the car."
On the season: "It's no secret Chicagoland was a huge disappointment for us, but we still have to look at all the positive things. We were running close to the Top 10 when we broke the throttle linkage. We came back and ran fast laps, but we lost five laps making repairs. What you have to concentrate on, however, is how we competed. We were fast and we certainly were capable of a Top-10 finish."
Crew Chief Jay Guy
On New Hampshire: "I'm glad we're going back to a flat track. We weren't as good at Milwaukee a couple weeks ago as we planned, but we figured some things out during that race and after the race that should help us make dramatic improvements to our flat-track program. One of the great things about this sport is a chance for redemption is only a week away -- the next race."