FORT WORTH -- Tony Stewart, out of title contention, has six more races remaining in his illustrious NASCAR Sprint Cup career. That includes the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on Nov. 6. Stewart aims to make the most of every last lap. Show More Summary
Mobil 1 has been the primary sponsor of the No. 14 car for 7 races so far in 2016. (Getty) Mobil 1 isn’t going to a new team after Tony Stewart’s retirement. Stewart-Haas Racing announced Friday that ExxonMobil’s Mobil 1 sponsorship would stay with the team in 2017 and beyond with Kevin Harvick as the “lead driver” for the sponsorship. Show More Summary
Earnhardt needed a relief driver and Stewart volunteered. Dale Earnhardt Jr. was to give fans who had contributed $8,000 to the Dale Earnhardt Jr. Foundation a ride around Charlotte Motor Speedway in a two-seater stock car on Tuesday...Show More Summary
The Monster Mile reared its ugly head in the Citizen Soldier 400. It was an elimination race for the Chase for the Sprint Cup leaving behind Kyle Larson, Jamie McMurray, Tony Stewart and Chris Buescher. "When you go to an elimination race, four people leave the party," NBCSN’s Kyle Petty said during the broadcast. Show More Summary
The retiring three-time champion was knocked out of the Chase playoffs. Tony Stewart's 18th and final NASCAR season won't end with another Sprint Cup title, as the three-time champion was knocked out of the playoffs Sunday at Dover International...Show More Summary
Tony Stewart, Kyle Larson, Jamie McMurray, and Chris Buescher were eliminated from NASCAR’s Chase playoffs. Martin Truex Jr. closed out a dominant Round 1 performance in the Chase for the Sprint Cup by winning Sunday at Dover International...Show More Summary
Martin Truex Jr. dominated Sunday at Dover International Speedway for his second victory in the first three Chase races. Tony Stewart finished 13th and the three-time NASCAR champion was knocked out of contention in the first elimination race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship. Chris...
Martin Truex Jr. won Dover as Jamie McMurray (right) and three other drivers were eliminated from the Chase. (AP) Martin Truex Jr. has established himself as NASCAR’s 2016 championship favorite as Tony Stewart’s championship hopes in his final season came to a close. Show More Summary
Unless he can win Sunday, Stewart will likely be eliminated from the Chase playoffs. Maybe, just maybe, Tony Stewart could replicate his improbable 2011 championship run and win another Sprint Cup title in this his final NASCAR season before retirement. That was the optimistic outlook entering the Chase for the Sprint Cup two weeks ago. Show More Summary
It sounds like a reality show in the making. 'I’m fairly certain if I go, I’m going to get in trouble.'
Questions on Stewart’s chances of winning Sunday, the etiquette between teammates in the Chase, and more. Each week SB Nation's NASCAR reporter Jordan Bianchi answers your questions about the latest news and happenings within the sport. Show More Summary
Tony Stewart is currently outside the top 12 in the Chase standings (Getty). It’s no secret Tony Stewart isn’t a fan of the evolution of the cars in the Sprint Cup Series. As front splitters have been added to cars and aerodynamic downforce has increased in importance, Stewart has lamented the equipment shift. Show More Summary
This, my friends, is what it’s all about: Chase for the Sprint Cup elimination races. The buzzword of the week will be, no doubt, pressure. Tony Stewart, Jamie McMurray, Chris Buescher and Austin Dillon sit below the line. Three of those drivers still have a chance at making it to the Round of 12 on points. Show More Summary
Tony Stewart’s prospects of winning another Sprint Cup title in his last run are just about, well, “Up in Smoke.” This will come as bittersweet news in the NASCAR Nation. Stewart is as polarizing as it gets on the circuit: loved or loathed, with few in-between. Fans adore his feistiness and snarky...
Stewart likely needs a win if he’s to avoid elimination in Chase’s first round. Tony Stewart's quest to win a championship in his final full NASCAR season before retirement is in danger of coming to an early end, as he's now in a virtual...Show More Summary
Tony Stewart (R) and Ryan Newman met in the NASCAR hauler Friday morning (AP). The past five days haven’t made Ryan Newman regret the things he said about Tony Stewart following the drivers’ crash at Richmond on Saturday. After Stewart...Show More Summary
Both drivers said they’ve moved on and are over what happened at Richmond. Longtime friends Ryan Newman and Tony Stewart met with NASCAR officials Friday at Chicagoland Speedway to clear the air following multiple incidents between the...Show More Summary
Tony Stewart is retiring at the end of the 2016 season (Getty). Tony Stewart is publicly determined to not let the inflammatory things Ryan Newman said about him at Richmond affect his mindset for the Chase. Stewart and Newman tangled in the final quarter of Saturday’s race. Show More Summary
Stewart knows that to advance past Round 1 he doesn’t need to win, he just needs to race smart. It's been a few years since Tony Stewart had competed in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, as injury and poor performance have kept the three-time...Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT NASCAR plans to have a discussion with Sprint Cup Series drivers Tony Stewart and Ryan Newman at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, prior to the first practice session on Friday in preparation for Sunday’s race at the track, the first race in the 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup, regarding an incident between [...]