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Happy Hour: Tiger Woods or Tony Stewart?

Throughout the week you can send us your best questions, jokes, rants and just plain miscellaneous thoughts to or @NickBromberg. We'll post them here and have a good time. Apologies for the belated Happy Hour this week. Show More Summary

NASCAR at Eldora Speedway 2015: Preview, start time, TV schedule and more

The Mud Summer Classic is NASCAR’s only national series race on dirt and one of the most anticipated events of the season. Tony Stewart hasn't had much to be happy about lately. Slogging through the worst slump of his career, he's 26th...Show More Summary

Tony Stewart’s Tough Decision

Beating up on NASCAR these days is all too easy. Beating up on Tony Stewart? He does that to himself every week. The most serious slump in the Cup Series shows no signs of slowing, Smoke a whopping 132 points outside the Chase heading to Indianapolis this weekend. 26th in the standings, earning just one... The post Tony Stewart’s Tough Decision appeared first on Frontstretch.

NASCAR's Tony Stewart is hoping for better days ahead

2 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

Tony Stewart looks at the pit stall of his No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet and sees a brick wall.

Tony Stewart: 'The whole year's been frustrating'

Tony Stewart's disappointment with the way his 2015 season has unfolded was evident on Tuesday. The three-time Sprint Cup Series champion was on NASCAR's weekly teleconference in advance of next week's Camping World Truck Series race at Eldora, the dirt track he owns. Show More Summary

Tony Stewart trying to turn around career-worst season

It’s been over two years since Tony Stewart last won a NASCAR race. Tony Stewart entered 2015 full of optimism, ready to put two straight years of personal and professional hell behind him. A lackluster season, though, has eroded Stewart's confidence and left him searching for solutions. Show More Summary

Balance and Handling the Problems for Stewart’s Struggles

It’s been a long year for Tony Stewart. Coming off of a broken leg in 2013 and fatal incident with Kevin Ward last August, Stewart came into the season looking for a fresh start. However, the Indiana native’s No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing team has struggled since the start of the 2015 season. Show More Summary

NASCAR’s Tony Stewart On 2015: ‘The Further We Go…The More Frustrating It Gets’ [Video]

NASCAR driver Tony Stewart just isn’t having a good year. In 18 races in the NASCAR Sprint Cup season, Stewart has finished once in the top ten, when he was sixth at Bristol, and Tony Stewart’s not optimistic things will improve. Currently, Tony stands at 28th in the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings. Show More Summary

Micky Dolenz On Broadway: A Monkee And His Music

The last thing the world needs is another rock star singing standards. Rod Stewart earned himself another few hundred years in purgatory with his multi-volume take on the Great American Songbook. The only thing wrong with the Tony Bennett/Lady Gaga duet album was... Show More Summary

Ducks Unlimited Going Racing At Daytona This Weekend

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – July 1, 2015 – As it has since 2013, Bass Pro Shops will share the orange and black No. 14 Chevrolet with Ducks Unlimited during the Coke Zero 400. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car driven by Tony Stewart will race at Florida’s Daytona International Speedway Sunday night. Show More Summary

NASCAR mailbag: Assessing the Kentucky rules package, Tony Stewart’s Chase hopes

Tackling your questions on NASCAR’s new rules package, Tony Stewart’s tough season and Furniture Row’s potential manufacturer switch. Even with the Sprint Cup Series enjoying a rare weekend off, the NASCAR news cycle doesn't slow down. Show More Summary

Alan Cumming Urges City Council to Join Other World Capitals in Retiring Carriage Horses

Tony Awards host Alan Cumming has joined the likes of P!nk, Peter Dinklage, Wendy Williams, and Martha Stewart in lobbying for Mayor Bill de Blasio‘s bill to retire New... The post Alan Cumming Urges City Council to Join Other World Capitals in Retiring Carriage Horses appeared first on PETA.

NASCAR Mailbox: Martin Truex, Jr., Race Sponsorship & Tony Stewart?

Martin Truex, Jr.’s win this past weekend at Pocono Raceway has been declared by many inside the sport as one of the most popular victories in the garage area. In fact, one popular member of the media even compared the overall outpouring of support by the entire Cup garage for the Truex victory on Sunday...

Brian France: ‘It Doesn’t Matter How the Exact Form of Communications Happens’

Following a rather formal drivers council at Dover International Speedway, NASCAR Chairman Brian France agrees that it will enable all sides to have a larger voice. Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart, Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano were included in the council with NASCAR officials on Saturday evening prior to...

Random Recap: The 2005 UAW-Ford 500

Dale Jarrett snuck ahead of Tony Stewart before the caution flag waved on the final lap to win the UAW-Ford 500 at Talladega. The race was extended two laps because of a crash and Jarrett restarted fourth, behind leader Matt Kenseth, Ryan Newman and Stewart. Show More Summary

Tony Stewart blames Dale Earnhardt Jr. for wreck

Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhardt Jr. blamed each other for a wreck that knocked Stewart out of Sunday’s NASCAR race. Dale Earnhardt Jr. left Tony Stewart fuming and throwing his helmet in frustration, while Earnhardt blamed Stewart for...Show More Summary

Dale Earnhardt Jr. got the ultimate #TextsFromMom

Diamonds are stones but I know what she means. #TextsFromMom — Dale Earnhardt Jr. (@DaleJr) April 26, 2015 It's been a rough weekend for Dale Jr. He finished 14th at Richmond and Tony Stewart is angry at him, but it's always nice to know mom is there. Show More Summary

Tony Stewart's solid run ends with a spin

There are still 17 races to go before the Chase, so it's a bit early to be making proclamations. However, it may be safe to say that Tony Stewart is clearly in a position where he'll have to win to make the Chase. A week after finishing a season-best sixth at Bristol, Stewart ran for most of the day in the top 15 at Richmond. Show More Summary

Kevin Harvick, Stewart-Haas Racing Honored by President Obama at White House

On Tuesday, Kevin Harvick and the Stewart-Haas Racing team—including co-owner Tony Stewart—visited President Obama at the White House to celebrate their 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. You can see the full ceremony below,...Show More Summary

Texas Motor Speedway Welcomes NASCAR This Weekend

It is the Duck Commander 500 this weekend for the NASCAR Sprint Series. American truck drivers will be celebrated this race weekend. There will be some videos highlighting haulers but also Tony Stewart will have his No.14 car painted with Rush Truck Centres on the bonnet as his primary sponsor and Mobil Delvac 1 logos

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