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Published on January 6th, 2011 | by Michael J Smith

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Bayne To Run Cup Races For Wood Brothers Racing In 2011?

Trevor Bayne could run some Sprint Cup races for Wood Brothers Racing in 2011, according to the Motor Racing Network. The team is looking to up its Sprint Cup efforts in 2011 to 17 races.

Bayne had been rumored to be slated to drive for WBR in Cup in 2011, with the team’s 2010 driver, Bill Elloitt, moving over to Phoenix Racing. But, that report was later denied by both PR owner James Finch and WBR.

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5 Responses to Bayne To Run Cup Races For Wood Brothers Racing In 2011?

  1. sue rollins says:

    who is Bill Elliott driving for in sprint cup for 2011?

  2. Michael J Smith says:

    He’ll be behind the wheel of Phoenix Racing’s No. 09 Chevy. The plan is for him to run 18 races for the team. He may also enter select events for Wood Brothers Racing in the No. 21 Ford, but that’s unclear at this time.

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  4. HOWARD HALL says:

    IM A VIRGINIAN,A RACE CAR DRIVER AND A WOOD BROTHERS FAN FOR 40 YEARS.IM SO EXCITED TO SEE TREVOR IN THE #21 DOING SO WELL.I HOPE MOTORCRAFT AND THE WOOD BROTHERS KEEP THE OLD PAINT SCHEME,A LOT OF FANS FEELTHE SAME.

  5. Michael J Smith says:

    Thanks for commenting, Howard. I agree, I’m excited to see what Trevor can do. I like to see single-car teams succeed, especially ones with storied histories like Wood Brothers. I hope they can pull off a win with Bayne like Phoenix did with Keselowski.

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