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Thinkin’ Out Loud – Brad Keselowski Drops Malachi Crunch on the Talladega Demo Derby for Second Win of the Season

Who’s in the headline – Brad Keselowski won his first Cup race at Talladega in 2009. While he isn’t mentioned in the same breaths with Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt or Tony Stewart when plate racing prowess is discussed, the bottom line is he won his fourth plate race at Talladega on Sunday. Show More Summary

Tony Stewart exits from car, turns wheel over to Ty Dillon

TALLADEGA, Ala.—Ty Dillon stood alone, leaning against a pile of tires in the No. 14 pit box. Like thousands of others all around him, he was watching the GEICO 500 unfolding around him, listening to the race on his headset. Unlike the...Show More Summary

NASCAR CEO Brian France meets with Tony Stewart, Sprint Cup Drivers Council

A week after being fined, Tony Stewart met with NASCAR CEO Brian France to discuss the penalty. NASCAR CEO and Chairman Brian France met privately with Tony Stewart then took part in a scheduled meeting the Sprint Cup Drivers Council...Show More Summary

Tony Stewart wants NASCAR to rescind $35,000 fine

Stewart still isn’t sure what he said to warrant NASCAR fining him. Tony Stewart appreciates NASCAR changing its lug nut policy following his comments that vehemently encouraged the sanctioning body to do just that, a measure supported...Show More Summary

Happy Hour: Tony Stewart's possible hour in the car on Sunday

It's time for Happy Hour. As always, tweet us your thoughts or shoot us an email at if you want to participate. Tony Stewart is going to start Sunday's race before he hands the car off to Ty Dillon. According to Stewart, that handoff will be at the first caution, whether it's at lap 2 or lap 102. Show More Summary

Eldora Truck Race Adds Aspen Dental as Presenting Sponsor

The only NASCAR-sanctioned race on dirt has a new presenting sponsor. The July 20 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Eldora Speedway will be sponsored by Aspen Dental, speedway owner Tony Stewart confirmed on Friday (April 29) at Talladega Superspeedway. Show More Summary

Double Take: Tony Stewart’s Race to the Chase

Can Smoke rise all the way to the Chase? That’s the big question this season. You see, Tony Stewart is in the midst of his farewell tour, electing to hang up his Sprint Cup helmet following the conclusion of the 2016 NASCAR season. Stewart,...Show More Summary

Ty Dillon plans to qualify Stewart’s car at Talladega

By AMANDA VINCENT When Stewart-Haas Racing announced Tony Stewart’s return to the driver’s seat of the No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the itinerary for the Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway that culminates in Sunday’s running of the Sprint Cup Series Geico 500 at the track had Stewart practicing, qualifying and starting [...]

NASCAR Drivers Council money donated to Autism Delaware

By AMANDA VINCENT NASCAR Sprint Cup Series owner/driver Tony Stewart and the Sprint Cup Series Driver Council has made, or is in the process of making, a $35,000 donation to Autism Delaware, according to Stewart. The roots of the donation come from a penalty NASCAR issued Stewart because of Stewart’s expression with displeasure over the [...]

Happiness Is… Tony Stewart

Three-time champion Tony Stewart rejoined the Sprint Cup series this past weekend at Richmond after missing the first eight races of the season.  His return brought with it a number of aspects that circle the sport.  Let’s start offShow More Summary

NASCAR mailbag: Trying to make sense of Tony Stewart’s fine

In a week dominated by Tony Stewart, lug nuts and fines, the NASCAR mailbag attempts to sort through it all. Want to know a good way to rile up a fan base and assure emails will amass in the inbox? Have Tony Stewart sound off on an issue...Show More Summary

Tony Stewart will pay $35,000 fine, donate money collected by Drivers Council to charity

Stewart was fined for comments that questioned NASCAR’s policy on lug nuts and its commitment to safety. Tony Stewart will pay the fine issued to him by NASCAR and donate the money collected by fellow drivers on his behalf to charity. The...Show More Summary

Tony Stewart will pay fine; Drivers Council will donate to charity

Tony Stewart is going to pay his NASCAR fine himself and the Drivers Council pledge to pay it will instead go to charity. Stewart said Wednesday the group decided to give the $35,000 it said it would pay on Stewart's behalf to Autism...Show More Summary

Brian France: Tone of Tony Stewart's remarks led to fine

We have confirmation of the reasoning behind NASCAR's $35,000 fine of Tony Stewart. NASCAR CEO Brian France appeared on SiriusXM on Monday after the sanctioning body's decision to mandate teams fasten all lug nuts to wheels effective immediately. Show More Summary

Appears NASCAR agreed with Tony Stewart but fined him anyway

With the lug nut controversy coming to a head over the last week, NASCAR seems to be in some kind of PR nightmare, so to speak, even though the sanctioning body, in my opinion, is on the road to doing the right things with its lug nut rule announcement on Monday. On Monday, the sanctioning [...]

NASCAR needs to overturn Tony Stewart fine

New lug nut rule proves Tony Stewart was right, and NASCAR erred in fining him. The comments were pointed, said in a manner to draw attention to an issue many had voiced concerns about but had not yet received the response they wanted. What...Show More Summary

Beside the Rising Tide: Fine, Be That Way

Thursday, most fans of the sport were delighted to hear that three-time Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart had recovered well enough from a back injury suffered in an OHV accident that he could resume racing again. NASCAR welcomed himShow More Summary

Five Points to Ponder: Where There’s “Smoke,” There’s Fire

Smoke Rising: Wasn’t it good to see the lovable curmudgeon himself, Tony Stewart, back in action at Richmond International Raceway this past Sunday? The sport needs characters, not automaton sponsor-spouting shills and there can be no question Smoke fits squarely into the first category. Show More Summary

NASCAR revises lug nut policy, effective immediately

Crew chiefs will face stiff penalties if all five lug nuts on each wheel aren't found secured. Just days after Tony Stewart went on a vehement rant calling for NASCAR to require the application of the maximum five lug nuts on each tire,...Show More Summary

NASCAR Changes Lug Nut Policy Amidst Controversy

Five days after fining Tony Stewart $35,000 for comments made about NASCAR’s lug nut policy — or the lack there of — NASCAR has announced a series of mandates for pit stops. NASCAR will begin policing teams this coming weekend at Talladega...Show More Summary

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