Paul Menard1980-08-21 (age 39)
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It didn’t take Matt DiBenedetto long to secure a new ride in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for next season.
Wood Brothers Racing will honor the team’s late founder, Glenn Wood, with its Darlington “Throwback” weekend paint scheme this season.
Ahead of the season-opening race to be held during Memorial Day weekend, Motorsport.com will feature drivers from each team that were drafted earlier this year.
Friday’s final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice session ended up being a showcase for the new Ford Mustang.
Paul Menard and Jimmie Johnson have found some common ground following their wreck at the end of Sunday’s Advance Auto Parts Clash exhibition race at Daytona.
Paul Menard has criticized Jimmie Johnson’s restrictor plate driving tactics on superspeedways after being taken out of the lead of Sunday’s Clash at Daytona, which Johnson went on to win.
Crew chiefs draw for their drivers’ starting position in this year’s The Clash at Daytona.
On this week's edition of the NASCAR Roundtable, we talk the upcoming playoffs including who needs a win, who can challenge the 'Big 3' and who could pick up a win at NHMS this weekend.
Veteran Paul Menard moves closer to final playoff spot with best finish to date in first year driving with Wood Brothers.
Paul Menard describes challenges he predicts drivers will face this fall when the Roval at Charlotte Motor Speedway hosts the NASCAR Xfinity and Monster Energy Cup series for the first time.
Paul Menard took the lead with four of 55 laps remaining and held off Joey Logano to earn the Stage 2 victory at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.
Paul Menard has made 21 starts in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway but this weekend will be the first as his “home” track.
Paul Menard already looks comfortable driving for Wood Brothers in 2018.
Don’t read too much into Ford’s strong start to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season – at least not yet.
Paul Menard didn’t waste any time settling right in to his new Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series ride.
You won’t need a calculator for this year’s Monster Energy Cup Series clinch scenarios at Richmond Raceway.
For 17 consecutive seasons, Motorcraft has sponsored the Wood Brothers Racing efforts.
Surprisingly enough, it is still possible for Kyle Busch to reach new milestones in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
Wood Brothers Racing will start a new chapter next season as Paul Menard pilots the iconic No. 21 Ford, in place of Penske-bound Ryan Blaney.
Ford teams have won all three restrictor-plate races in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series so far this season, but Richard Childress Racing has not been far behind.
When Jamie McMurray got the chance of a lifetime to fill in for the sidelined Sterling Marlin in 2002, he made the most of his opportunity.