Jack Wood ‘s Night Ends Early at Bristol After Getting Spun

Jack Wood started from the seventh starting position in Thursday Night’s UNOH 200 presented by Ohio Logistics at Bristol Motor Speedway. Wood was running inside the top 10 when he got tapped from behind by eventual race winner Corey Heim and spun across the track. While Wood was sliding across the track, Dean Thompson’s truck plowed into the rear end of his truck, causing major damage and ending the No. 51 team’s night 13 laps into the 200-lap event.

 

Jack Wood, Driver of the No. 51 Rowdy Manufacturing Chevrolet:

Talk about your race.

“It was tough to pass with one lane and you almost have to make desperate moves like that. I wish it wasn’t desperate like that tough. It’s tough, the truck was fast. Felt like we were holding our ground for the most part and starting to figure out the handling of the truck to try and adjust. Never had a shot to do it. Got a long way to Talladega but we have three more shots”. 

UNOH 200 Recap:

·        Corey Heim won Thursday night’s UNOH 200 presented by Ohio Logistics and locked himself into the Championship 4 of the Truck Series playoffs. It was his third victory of 2023 and the fifth of his NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series career. Christian Eckes finished second, while Grant Enfinger, Carson Hocevar, and Taylor Gray rounded out the top five.

·        There were Seven cautions for 44 laps and five lead changes among four drivers.

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Owner Point Standings:

The No. 51 leaves Bristol 10th in the Craftsman Truck owner point standings.

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