There’s a clear theme for Paul Menard’s second season at Wood Brothers Racing: Clean up the mistakes that hurt the No. 21 the most last year to put the team where it believes it should be. It’s a sensible plan of attack considering how a handful of bad moments limited Menard’s potential with a new, stronger team in 2018.
“We’ve had some pretty good flashes at times, but we need to be more consistent,” Menard says. “We definitely have something to build on, and we’re going to work hard on it over the winter.”