Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced Tuesday he will retire at the end of the current NASCAR season. Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s announcement Tuesday morning that he’s retiring from NASCAR at the end of the 2017 season generated exactly the kind of social media reaction you’d expect when someone of his stature reveals something so monumental. Show More Summary
Stewart retired from the Cup Series after the 2016 season. (Getty) Tony Stewart said he tried to turn left when he realized Kevin Ward was on the track in a sprint car race in August 2014. Stewart struck and killed Ward on Aug. 9, 2014 after the two were racing against each other in a race at Canandaigua Motorsports park in Ontario County, New York. Show More Summary
Tony Stewart isn’t in the clear just yet in regards to the death of Kevin Ward Jr., who died of blunt trauma injuries after being struck by Stewart’s car in 2014. Criminal charges against Stewart were dropped two years ago, but Ward Jr.’s parents have since filed a civil lawsuit that they’re fighting to be heard. Read more...
NASCAR is in the midst of a sea change as it comes to Texas Motor Speedway for a weekend doubleheader. Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart joined Jeff Gordon, the four-time Cup champion, in retirement this year. Greg Biffle could not get a ride. Show More Summary
TMS race weekend schedule THURSDAY 6:30 p.m. -- Gates 3-5 open. 7 :30 p.m. -- Fandango, show featuring Monster Energy Cup drivers Clint Bowyer, Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski and retired drivers Kyle Petty and Tony Stewart. Free for season-ticket holders. Show More Summary
Tony Stewart retired from full-time NASCAR competition after the 2016 season but is still periodically running sprint car races around the country. Tony Stewart won his first sprint car race since retiring from NASCAR, taking the checkered...Show More Summary
Twenty-four-old Kyle Larson has a win and three second-place finishes in five races this season and is leading the Monster Energy Cup Series standings. Add Kevin Harvick’s name to the list that includes Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart who...Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT Earlier this week, portions of depositions were filed, relating to the civil case between Tony Stewart and the parents of Kevin Ward Jr., according to an ESPN report. Ward died as a result of injures received when he was struck by a sprint car driven by Stewart during a race at Canandaigua [...]
By AMANDA VINCENT Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick is following in the footsteps of his car owner, Tony Stewart, with his own weekly show on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Channel 90. The show, called “Happy Hours,” will air from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesdays on NASCAR channel 90, beginning March 28. Beginning in June, the show [...]
FROM USATODAY.COM Jay Howard has sought to resume his IndyCar career for six years, by any means he could find. But the circumstances that will lead him back to the Indianapolis 500 this May suit him greatly, he said. The 36-year-old Englishman has been named by Schmidt Peterson Motorsports as the driver of a No. 77 [...]
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It only took Tony Stewart to retire as a driver for him to finally win the Daytona 500. Whether it was being passed on the last lap or crashing a dominant car, the ways Tony Stewart lost the Daytona 500 has run the gamut. It’s an extensive...Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT Upon announcement of his retirement as driver in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Tony Stewart was adamant that he wasn’t retiring, in general, and was going to be racing a lot, primarily on dirt. He returned to sprint car racing last week as a competitor in the series he owns, the [...]
Stewart plans to undertake as many as 80 sprint car and Late Model events this year.
NASCAR legend Tony Stewart will help Schmidt Peterson Motorsports run a third car at this year's Indianapolis 500, with his…
FORT WORTH -- Tony Stewart will return to his racing roots in April at Texas Motor Speedway. Stewart will participate in the sprint car competition during the "Texas Sprint Car Nationals" at TMS on April 7-8. The event will be part of...Show More Summary
This Brave New World has felt all the more dismal without Jon Stewart's nightly guiding light, so it is with nothing but GREAT & FERVENT JOY that we announce the former Daily Show host will join Stephen Colbert on The Late Show tonight. THANK FUCKING GOD. [ more › ]
Both Daniel Suarez and Clint Bowyer are replacing “retired” drivers in 2017, with Bowyer inheriting the No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford from team co-owner Tony Stewart and Suarez climbing into the No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota upon Carl Edwards’ announcement that he’ll step away from racing for the upcoming season. Both Stewart and Edwards [...]
Three-time NASCAR champion will compete in sprint car race near Indianapolis.
Clint Bowyer is replacing the retiring Tony Stewart as driver of the No. 14 car. Clint Bowyer understands the skepticism whether Stewart-Haas Racing made the correct decision in naming him Tony Stewart’s successor. Those kinds of doubts...Show More Summary