Seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson and the retiring Tony Stewart were the focus as NASCAR concluded its season Friday night in Las Vegas. Honoring the legacy of one of its all-time great rivers who's retiring, while celebrating the accomplishments...Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT For the most part, the NASCAR community honored Tony Stewart’s wishes for a low-key send-off in his final year of full-time Sprint Cup Series competition as a driver, but Stewart was heavily honored during Champion’s Week in Las Vegas. Stewart was the subject of a roast during Champion’s Week and during the [...]
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart got an early Christmas present from Jimmie Johnson this week after Johnson won his seventh Sprint Cup Series Championship. Johnson gave Stewart his race helmet, which Johnson had just worn at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday to capture his latest NASCAR victory. “This is probably the biggest honor you can have as […]
What a scary sight.
Sunday marks the end of 45 year-old, future NASCAR Hall of Famer Tony Stewart’s legendary career. It’s a sad day for fans of the (...)
The 2016 Sprint Cup champion will be crowned on Sunday, while Tony Stewart wraps up his final race. It's all setting up to be an exciting day of action at Homestead. The NASCAR Sprint Cup season reaches its climax on Sunday with the final race in the Chase for the Cup. Show More Summary
Tony Stewart will retire from full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition after Sunday’s race at Homestead-Miami Speedway, and he’s apparently getting a lot of texts about it all. But he can’t exactly answer them, because NBC Sports reports that someone stole Stewart’s phone on Thursday. Read more...
HOMESTEAD, Florida —— As he prepares for the final race of his Sprint Cup Series career, Tony Stewart is already looking ahead to his life as an owner. The three-time Cup Series champion is done as a driver after Sunday’s season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Show More Summary
Stewart was pickpocketed while at a carnival with his girlfriend. A weekend that is supposed to be a celebration got off to a rough for the retiring Tony Stewart when he had his cell phone stolen Thursday night. Stewart and his girlfriend...Show More Summary
For the first time since losing the 2011 title to Tony Stewart on a tiebreaker, Carl Edwards returns to Homestead with a chance to win the Sprint Cup championship. Sitting in his New York City hotel room Monday evening, Carl Edwards did what most do and started flipping channels on the television. Show More Summary
Tony Stewart says he won’t be coming back as a sub like Jeff Gordon did this year. (Getty) HOMESTEAD, Florida — As he prepares for the final race of his Sprint Cup Series career, Tony Stewart is already looking ahead to his life as an owner. Show More Summary
HOMESTEAD, Florida — Tony Stewart’s final weekend as a Sprint Cup Series driver has gotten off to an inauspicious start. Stewart said Friday that his phone was stolen Thursday night. He and his girlfriend stopped at a carnival Wednesday night in the Miami area and decided to return Thursday evening before going to Homestead-Miami Speedway. Show More Summary
Hear from several big motorsport names as Tony Stewart calls time on his NASCAR Sprint Cup career.
Tony Stewart and Jimmie Johnson have won nine Sprint Cup titles combined. (Getty) MIAMI BEACH — About 10 years ago, Tony Stewart fed he and Jimmie Johnson Burger King after treating rescue dogs to a nice steak dinner. As Stewart is running...Show More Summary
Tony Stewart will turn his last laps as a NASCAR driver at Homestead this weekend, and when he rolls off into the Florida sunset, so too will NASCAR’s last link to its fiery, brawling, race-anything-that-moves past. The world has moved...Show More Summary
Let me start off saying that I don’t know exactly how this happened. That’s the honest answer, and anyone who tells you differently is wrong. Or lying. Read more...
What exactly does someone do with a giant bobblehead? Before he began his final season of NASCAR competition, Tony Stewart asked that tracks didn't bestow gifts upon him, similar to what Jeff Gordon received almost weekly during hisShow More Summary
FORT WORTH -- On Nov. 15, 1992, the earth moved for NASCAR. "King Richard" Petty, the seven-time Sprint Cup champion, started the last race of his illustrious career. Jeff Gordon, the future four-time champion, started the first race of his soon-to-be heralded career. Show More Summary
You've got a dilemma. You're a motor sports fan and you want to be at Texas Motor Speedway for this weekend's AAA Texas 500 NASCAR tripleheader weekend. But you're also a movie buff and you wouldn't mind plopping down in your favorite...Show More Summary