Jack Wood Fought The Truck Balance At Phoenix

Jack Wood, No. 24 Quick Quack Car Wash Chevrolet Silverado

START: 15th

FINISH: 20th

POINTS: 29th

  • Jack Wood made his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start at Phoenix Raceway driving the No. 24 Quick Quack Car Wash Chevrolet Silverado. The rookie would show speed in practice with an eight place run, and would later qualify his truck in the 15th position to start the season finale.
  • Wood fell back a few spots and finished Stage 1 in the 20th position, citing a tight condition along with brake chatter early on. Wedge adjustments made by crew chief Chad Walter would help the truck turn better through Stage 2, where Jack would gain one spot to finish 19th.
  • Ultimately, Wood would cross the line with a disappointing 20th place finish to end his first part-time season. Through twelve races on the year, Jack Wood showed potential highlighted by one Top 10 finish – a tenth place run at Gateway, and one lap led at Watkins Glen International. Jack returns to the No. 24 Chevrolet for a full-time effort next season starting at Daytona International Speedway on February 18th, 2022.

Quote: “That wasn’t how we wanted to end our season at all! My truck just never had to balance we needed to be competitive. I am so proud of this teams fight. It’s gotta be tough for everyone to work with a rookie that makes mistakes but these guys don’t give up and I can’t wait to go chase a championship with them next year. The work isn’t even close to done. This off season will be extremely busy for me and I and going to stay dedicated to my craft so we can unload at Daytona and be ready to show everyone what we are made of.”

TIL NEXT TIME, I AM STILL WORKING ON MY REDNECK!

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