Full_Name:: Nathan Wood
How did you decide on this car number:: High School Sports
City:: Sigourney, IA
Hobbies:: Spending time with my son and family, racing, and
watching college sports.
Favorite Food:: Mi Ranchito Fajitas
Family:: Son, Brayden, Deke & Susie, Amanda & Steve
Employer:: Sigourney Community School District
Job:: School Administration Manager
Class you will be racing for the 2010 Season:: USRA / IMCA
Stock Cars and ???
Tracks you plan to race in 2010:: Southern Iowa Speedway,
Bloomfield Speedway, Scotland County Speedway, Boone Speedway,
CJ Speedway, and specials across Iowa.
Years in racing:: Started in hobby stocks in 2001. Raced
hobbies six full seasons, in my fourth full season of stock
Class you have raced:: USRA/IMCA Hobby Stock, USRA Stock Car
Racing Hero:: #3
Best part of racing:: Spending time with family and meeting
Worst part of racing:: The extensive time it takes to run up
If you were not racing what would you be doing:: Watching /
How did you get your start in racing:: I've been going to Osky
for as long as I can remember.
Year/Make/Model of car:: 2005 Terminator Chassis, 2003 Randy
Schroeder Chassis, 2010 Dominator Chassis
Car Owner:: Myself
Crew Chief:: Depends on the night.
Crew:: Dad, Trevor, Steve, Mark, and guys at the track.
Sponsors:: Roost Tavern, Hammes Bulldozing, Osky Dental,
Sigourney Tractor/Napa, Heinold, Sigourney Body Schop, Terry
Schroeder Frame, Brubaker Trucking, Van Dee Bins (since 2001),
Roger Beinhart Trucking, Pro-Line Building Company, Ag Plus,
Axmear Fab, Seeley Photography, Nutz Graphics, Schroeder
Racing Products, Wood Farms, and many others throughout the
Awards and Accomplishments:: 2006 USRA Hobby Stock National
Champion, 2006 Bloomfield, Memphis, and Osky Track Champion,
2009 Osky Track Champion
Racing Goals:: Prepare a car good enough to win each night and
make few enough mistakes to be in
What would you like to say to your fans:: Support the
businesses that support racing.
Thanks to promoters for taking the extra initiative and effort
to work with county fairboards and businesses to try and keep
our local tracks open.