As if the 27th annual 360 Knoxville Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank needed any more star power, two top names from the NASCAR circuit have thrown their hats into the ring for the crown jewel event at Knoxville Raceway.
In arguably the biggest win yet of his 2017 ‘Return To Dirt’ Tour, Tony Stewart caught a lucky break and then held off the field to win Monday night’s Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions sprint car feature at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway.
Home cooking was exactly what Tony Stewart needed on Wednesday night, as his post-NASCAR racing schedule returned to his hometown and led to a victory in the UMRA King of TQ midgets feature at Bartholomew County Fairgrounds.
Any lingering doubts of Tony Stewart’s adaptability, versatility and desire to return to winning form behind the wheel of every short track car he straps into were erased this week, as the retired three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion completed a very successful test session with Hoffman Auto Racing.
Tony Stewart is scheduled to join the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions and Bumper to Bumper Interstate Racing Ass’n for two co-sanctioned races in Wisconsin on May 20-21.
Just six weeks into Tony Stewart’s much-publicized and long-awaited ‘Return to Dirt’, the former three-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion is a sprint car winner once more.
Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions owner and former three-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart announced Tuesday that he will compete in the All Stars’ May 19 stop at Indiana’s Kokomo Speedway.
As I was surfing social media on Sunday morning after the revelation that Tony Stewart had withdrawn from the All Star Circuit of Champions finale at Bubba Raceway Park the night before, I saw a lot of “fans” throwing shade at ‘Smoke’ for his actions and for not competing in front of a packed house Saturday night.
In a surprising turn of events, three-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart withdrew from Saturday’s Bubba Army Winternationals finale at Bubba Raceway Park.
Smoke officially rose on Thursday night at Bubba Raceway Park, as three-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart made his long-awaited return to winged sprint car racing after a nearly-three-year absence.
Rush Enterprises, which operates the largest network of commercial vehicle dealerships in North America, announced Tuesday a continuation of its relationship with three-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart as a sponsor Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing.
Three-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart is finally back at the ‘Greatest Spectacle In Racing’, just not as a driver.