Jack Wood

Kyle Busch Motorsports
2023 Fantasy Outlook
This truck was split between Busch, Corey Heim and a couple other drivers last season. As always, when Busch is behind the wheel this team is a threat to win and crack the Top 5. However, that was just five starts last season. All drivers combined, this team netted two victories and 15 Top-10 finishes. We expect a bit of a pullback in terms of performance this season. Wood will get most of the starts and he's a bit of a "project driver" at this point in his career. This is a team to keep an eye peeled for when Busch is on the entry list, but it could be an up-and-down affair the rest of the season. Read Past Outlooks
Crew Chief Named for 2023
Gander Outdoors Truck
November 9, 2022
Kyle Busch Motorsports announced that veteran crew chief Brian Pattie will join the organization and will be atop the pit box for the No. 51 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series beginning in 2023.
KBM is going to lean on the veteran experience of long-time crew chief Pattie to come in and guide the team's No. 51 entry. Wood has been named the part-time pilot of this Chevrolet, and the other driver or drivers have yet to be announced. Pattie has 14 seasons of Cup Series crew chief experience and six victories. He will be a stabilizing force for Wood and his fellow co-pilots.
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2022 Fantasy Outlook
The 21-year-old prospect has been brought in to take over the GMS Racing No. 24 entry full-time in 2022. This is the truck that Wood shared with a number of different drivers last season. The collective earned two Top-5 and four Top-10 finishes last season. Wood nabbed one of those Top 10's with a strong 10th-place finish at Gateway. Chad Walter returns at crew chief, and the two will look to continue building chemistry together. This team has a high ceiling in terms of capabilities, but they need Wood to learn and mature in order to realize their potential. 2022 could be a breakthrough season for Wood or just more learning the ropes if things don't get off to a good start.
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Crew Chief Named
Gander Outdoors Truck
January 25, 2022
GMS Racing is proud to announce its NASCAR Camping World Truck Series crew chief pairings ahead of the upcoming season. The two-time championship winning team plans to run two full-time entries in 2022, with the No. 23 driven by veteran Grant Enfinger and the No. 24 driven by Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender Wood.
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