It was Tony Stewart’s return to racing that dominated the headlines before Sunday night’s Oral-B USA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, but it was Kasey Kahne who stole the show — and a berth in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. In a race that went 10 laps beyond its scheduled distance of 325 laps, Kahne surged past Matt Kenseth on the [...]
Tony Stewart waited three weeks to return to the NASCAR track after being involved in a fatal crash, but his first race back ended prematurely as a wreck forced him to the garage. Stewart raced in Sunday’s Oral-B USA 500, his first race since being involved in a fatal accident on August 9. Show More Summary
HAMPTON, Ga. (AP) — Tony Stewart climbed from his battered car, took a big gulp of water, and surveyed the damage.
It was a familiar sight. The No. 14 Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet slipping and sliding its way through traffic, it’s driver displaying his typical “get out of my way, I’m going to the front” attitude. It was classic Tony Stewart. At the drop...Show More Summary
The NASCAR Oral-B USA 500 ran tonight at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Kasey Kahne took the checkered flag, with Matt Kenseth right behind him in second place, Denny Hamlin, Jimmie Johnson, and Carl Edwards round out the top five drivers.Show More Summary
Tony Stewart returned to NASCAR racing Sunday night for the first time since a car driven by Stewart struck and killed a fellow driver who was on foot three weeks ago.
Tony Stewart received a rapturous welcome and made a fast start before making a premature exit on his return to competitive racing on Sunday, three weeks after he struck and killed a young racer at a dirt track in New York. The three-time...Show More Summary
HAMPTON, Ga. - After three weeks of pain, sorrow, and horribly misinformed speculation, the Tony Stewart story returned to where it belonged: the race track. But for Stewart, the night ended early, and perhaps that's for the best. This...Show More Summary
Two separate encounters with the wall ended Tony Stewart’s return race Sunday night at Atlanta. Tony Stewart's first race back ended prematurely when a tire failure sent him into the wall just past halfway Sunday night at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The three-time NASCAR champion was running 21st when his right-front tire exploded in Turn 2 on Lap 172. Show More Summary
They came in campers and camouflage, No. 14 flags affixed to their vehicles, flying in the wind. They drained Papst Blue Ribbon bottles and digested barbeque while waiting for night racing to start, for Tony Stewart, a three-time NASCAR national champion, to emerge, rev his stock car’s engine and re-enter the Sprint Series season’s backstretch Sunday.
HAMPTON, Ga. (AP) — Tony Stewart's return to the track has been marred by a collision with Kyle Busch that sent the No. 14 car into the wall at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart returned to racing on Sunday in Atlanta following a three-week absence after his car hit and killed fellow driver Kevin Ward Jr. at a dirt race track in New York on Aug. 9 "I’ve taken...Show More Summary
Watch NASCAR Oral-B USA 500 from Atlanta at 7:30 pm Eastern Standard Time streaming online live by following the link at the end of this preview article. With only two more opportunities to secure a spot in the Chase for the Cup, all...Show More Summary
For the first time in over three weeks, Tony Stewart will count on the comfort of routine, returning to the racetrack for the Oral-B USA 500 Sunday night in Atlanta. As an investigation into the incident in which he struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. in a sprint-car race on a dirt track continues in […]
For the first time in three weeks Tony Stewart is back behind wheel and focused on racing. As much as it can be considering the circumstances and with the uncertainty of an investigation that won't be concluded for "at least" two more...Show More Summary
The 55th annual Oral-B USA 500 will be run at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday night, with all eyes on Tony Stewart in his first race since the incident that killed Kevin Ward, Jr. ESPN will provide television coverage for the race,Show More Summary
Kevin Harvick leads the pack for the Oral-B USA 500 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway after his sixth pole of the 2014 NASCAR season, while teammate (and team owner) Tony Stewart qualifies 12th after returning to action. While much of the...Show More Summary
With just two races remaining before the Chase for the Sprint Cup begins, several NASCAR drivers are desperate for one thing—a trip to Victory Lane. Of those competitors, one finally returning to the track is Tony Stewart after a three-race hiatus. Show More Summary
HAMPTON, Ga. (AP) — Tony Stewart was cheered in practice Saturday.
Across Turnipseed Road from the Atlanta Motor Speedway, in a lot dotted by Danny’s Tires and a white souvenir tent, Robert Perry, a 24-year-old son of Fayetteville, hopped out of his maroon Tundra pickup Friday morning.