HOMESTEAD, Fla. – As Tony Stewart celebrated his second Sprint Cup Series championship as an owner, a streak of his as a driver had just ended. Stewart, who entered the Sprint Cup Series in 1999, had won a race in every season in his Cup career. Show More Summary
After undoubtedly the most tumultuous, trying 15-month stretch of his life, Tony Stewart finally could smile again in Victory Lane at Homestead-Miami Speedway last Sunday. No, he didn't win the Sprint Cup race. In fact, he didn't win...Show More Summary
(All times Eastern) The Flash thinks he’s met his match in a new meta-human named Tony, who can turn himself into girded steel, on “The Flash” (CW at 8 p.m.), but Cisco comes up with a clever plan that could take him down. Read full article >>
The big summer sports stories involving Ray Rice, Tony Stewart and LeBron James aren’t surrendering their hold on pop culture. In a new cypher to support “Shady XV,” Eminem manages to touch on all three in his lyrics (see the full NSFW video here). James gets off easiest of the three after leaving the Miami […]
A record qualifying session saw Matt Kenseth take the pole for Sunday’s race at Texas Motor Speedway. Matt Kenseth began Friday by issuing an apology to Kevin Harvick for an incident last week; he ended the day by speeding to the pole...Show More Summary
Tony Stewart recorded a record lap at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday, but Matt Kenseth is on the pole. Kenseth was the fastest driver in the third round of qualifying and will start first for Sunday's race. Behind him, it's a parade of Hendrick-powered Chevrolets. Show More Summary
On a day that saw two of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup favorites suffer potentially catastrophic problems, Dale Earnhardt Jr. stole a victory from the title contenders on Sunday, passing Tony Stewart for the lead with less than four laps left in the Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500 at Martinsville Speedway and pulling away for his fourth victory of the [...]
Tony Stewart cracked a few smiles after Sunday's race at Martinsville. Sure, he had been passed for the lead by eventual race winner Dale Earnhardt Jr. with four laps to go, but Stewart had just climbed from his car after finishing fourth,...Show More Summary
Dale Earnhardt Jr. now has something he's wanted since he was a kid. A Martinsville grandfather clock. NASCAR's most popular driver stormed through the field on a restart with five laps to go and passed Tony Stewart for the race lead...Show More Summary
NASCAR on Tuesday levied a $50,000 fine on driver Brad Keselowski for his role in a series of heated incidents at the end of the Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte on Saturday night.
Following post-race incidents that occurred in the Bank of America 500 on Saturday night, Brad Keselowski and Tony Stewart were penalized for their actions. An official NASCAR release noted the two drivers will face a four-race probation after the Charlotte race. Show More Summary
Brad Keselowski and Tony Stewart were penalized for an incident on pit road, while Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin escaped punishment. Brad Keselowski and Tony Stewart were penalized for their involvement in incidents following Saturday's race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. NASCAR fined Keselowski $50,000, while Stewart was docked $25,000. Show More Summary
Brad Keselowski and Tony Stewart were each fined for their parts in the fracas after Saturday night's race at Charlotte. Keselowski was fined $50,000 and placed on four weeks probation while Stewart was fined $25,000 and also placed on probation for four races. Show More Summary
"Hey, was Tony Stewart involved in this in any way? Let's make it all about him!" is what we imagine the Good Morning America producer in charge of this morning's terrible NASCAR brawl story said before cutting together a segment on this weekend's race that bares little resemblance to reality and exists only to remind you that Tony Stewart killed someone. Read more...
The A's bench coach heads to Arizona for a promotion to replace the fired Kirk Gibson. The Diamondbacks were in need of a new manager, the first of the Tony La Russa/Dave Stewart era in Arizona. Once again, someone with Athletics roots...Show More Summary
Some things never change, and NASCAR's gonna NASCAR. Brad Keselowski got into a fight with both Denny Hamlin and Matt Kenseth last night at the Bank of America 500. Oh, and Tony Stewart backed into Keselowski for good measure. All of this starting with shenanigans during the cool-down lap. Read more...
Kyle Busch will start first for the fifth race of the Chase. Busch got the pole with a lap of 197.390 MPH in the final round, edging out Jeff Gordon, teammate Denny Hamlin and Tony Stewart for the top spot. Kevin Harvick, last week's...Show More Summary
According to Tony Stewart, the day in 2012 when Dale Earnhardt Jr. snapped a four-year winless streak at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Mich., was NOT a national holiday. Maybe it wasn’t, but apparently, Earnhardt turning 40 is some kind of holiday. If you haven’t marked your calendars, that holiday’s coming up on Friday, Oct. [...]
Tony Stewart reiterated the impact that the Aug. 9 incident with Kevin Ward Jr. has had on him and said Monday that he never considered retiring from driving after he struck and killed the 20-year-old. Stewart had his first press conference since the accident on Monday. Show More Summary
Tony Stewart will not be charged by an Ontario County (N.Y.) Grand Jury in the death of Kevin Ward Jr. The grand jury determined Wednesday that there was no evidence of a criminal act. The case was passed on to the grand jury by Ontario...Show More Summary