Tony Stewart

Rogers set for 150th Xfinity race as crew chief at Daytona

The Marshfield, Vermont, native is set to reach a milestone start in his return to a full-time crew chief role for Joe Gibbs Racing's No. 18 Xfinity Series team and at the World Center of Racing in 2020.

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.

Despite Admitting Error, NASCAR Needs To Overhaul Tech Procedures

Despite admitting wrongdoing to Jimmie Johnson by penalizing him for failing tech inspection three times when he only failed twice, the fact remains that the call to overhaul NASCAR inspection penalties is getting louder. Although the issue was more of a communication error, there's no glossing over the fact that the system of failing three times before being penalized is pointless and without solid reasoning.

The Final Word – I know I’m late, but can I make my Talladega prediction now?

If only I could time travel. Going back a few days, I could have been able to pin-point exactly what one needed to do to win at Talladega on Sunday.

Hot 20 – Michigan is the focus of this weekend but, apparently, so is France

Jimmie Johnson. Kyle Busch, Kurt Busch. Kevin Harvick. Martin Truex, Jr. Denny Hamlin. Brad Keselowski. Kyle Larson. Chase Elliott. These men are NASCAR. These men, a few women, and so many others made the sport. Were the sport. Are the sport. Brian France is not NASCAR. There is a reason 97 percent of all family businesses do not survive as such into the fourth generation.

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