Take a look at the 2022 Wood Brothers Racing machine; One of the first schemes released with new NASCAR number placement
Back in July, the Wood Brothers Racing team announced a change of direction for 2022. Harrison Burton will pilot the machine, replacing Matt DiBenedetto.
View Harrison Burton 2022 car photos below.
Harrison, son of Jeff Burton just finished his second full-time season in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. He went winless in 2021 but grabbed four wins in 2020. He competed for Joe Gibbs Racing in both seasons.
However, the Toyota pipeline is clogged. For 2022, the 21 year old makes the switch to Ford.
Last week, the team released images of their NASCAR Next Gen machine. The scheme features a similar look under the modified rulebook.
The Next Gen car will feature a new number placement. This is one of the first releases of 2022 schemes featuring the new number placement which allows for larger sponsor logos.
The driver made his first career start in the NASCAR Cup Series at Talladega Superspeedway in 2021. He finished 20th in the run with Gaunt Brothers Racing.
Burton will make his debut with the team in the 2022 Busch Light Clash at The Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.