Tony Stewart

Exclusive: First-Seasons with Greg Zipadelli

In this edition of Speedway Media's first-seasons column, we caught up with former NASCAR Crew Chief and now Vice President of Competition for Stewart-Haas Racing, Greg Zipadelli. He discusses how he became a crew chief in NASCAR, how he connected with Joe Gibbs Racing, his success with Tony Stewart, and more.

Chase Elliott wins SRX season finale, Tony Stewart claims championship at Nashville

Chase Elliott, the reigning NASCAR Cup Series champion, held off Hall of Famer Tony Stewart Saturday night at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway to win the finale of the inaugural Camping World SRX Series season.

Mike Bugarewicz to call 200th Cup race as crew chief at New Hampshire

The Lehighton, Pennsylvania, native is primed to achieve a milestone start in his sixth full-time season as a NASCAR Cup Series crew chief.

Tony Stewart claims first-ever SRX win at Knoxville

For the first time in his driving career, Tony Stewart brought home the checkered flag Saturday night at Knoxville Speedway after drawing pole position. The Indiana native had to fend off battles from Hailie Deegan, Michael Waltrip, and Ernie Francis Jr. to earn his first win at Knoxville.

Adam Stevens to reach 200 Cup starts as crew chief at Dover

The Portsmouth, Ohio, native is set to achieve a milestone start in his sixth season as a Cup crew chief for Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs Racing.

Tony Stewart’s All Stars Circuit of Champions to visit Volunteer Speedway

Tony Stewart's All Stars Circuit of Champions announced today that the series will head to Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap, Tennessee for two nights of racing on Saturday, June 27 and Sunday, June 28.

Interview – First Seasons: Tony Stewart

In this week's column highlighting driver's first seasons, Speedway Media caught up with NASCAR Hall of Famer, Tony Stewart.

NASCAR Hall of Famer Tony Stewart to compete in NASCAR Xfinity Series Race July 4 at Indianapolis

Tony Stewart will compete in the NASCAR Xfinity Series race July 4 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in a Ford Mustang from Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR).

NASCAR’s Hot 20 of All-Time

The Daytona 500 is coming up this Sunday, a time for new beginnings and a time for bringing things to an end. After 15 years and over a thousand columns of various incarnations, this edition represents my final regular contribution to this site.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings

1. Kyle Busch: Busch started sixth at Phoenix and took the checkered flag in the Can-Am 500 to advance to Homestead with a chance to win his second Cup championship. - "Kevin Harvick got in when Denny Hamlin knocked out Kurt Busch and Chase Elliott," Busch said. "Either Kurt or Chase could have played the spoiler, and the last thing Harvick needed is another troublesome spoiler." - Note: The quotes in this article are fictional.

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