Tony Stewart’s short track racing schedule for the year gained a crown jewel in it on Wednesday, as Hoffman Auto Racing announced that the three-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion will pilot the No. 69 Mean Green/Lykins Energy Solutions sprint car in the 69th annual Pay Less Little 500.
Call Tony Stewart anything but retired: he’s got a lot of racing to do in 2017.
Tony Stewart was honored for his final NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season and spoke candidly about his prior banquet experiences during Friday night’s annual awards ceremony at the Wynn Las Vegas Hotel, with a video tribute highlighting the sendoffs for the three-time champion.
To honor three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart as he retires from his 20-year NASCAR driving career, the motorsports industry came together Friday night at the season-ending NASCAR Awards Banquet by making a $1.8 million contribution on Stewart’s behalf to the EB Research Partnership, the largest global non-profit dedicating to curing EB.
This is the conclusion of my “Letter to Anthony Wayne”. Read part four here, if you want to catch up. Thanks for reading! I hope to see you at Homestead-Miami, because I’ll be there too! – James The celebrations from the 2011 championship carried on into December of that year. Of course I bought all kinds of gear, but this time, I …
This is part four of my five-part “Letter to Anthony Wayne”. Read part three here and come back tomorrow for the fifth and final installment! – James Are we even gonna be competitive this year? Are we ever gonna win another race? I would be lying if I said I wasn’t thinking those thoughts heading into the 2009 500. No one had gone …
This is part three of my five-part “Letter to Anthony Wayne”. Read part two here and come back tomorrow for part four! – James How do you follow up a magical season like 2005 and continue the act that you started? The answer: you don’t. Wins at Martinsville and Daytona were cool, but at this point what stands out is not what happened …
In part two of a special five-part series, our James Pike looks back on his memories of the second stage of Tony Stewart’s colorful career, including his 2005 win at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and subsequent series championship.
In part one of a special five-part series, our James Pike looks back on his memories of the early years of Tony Stewart’s colorful career, and the roller-coaster of emotions along the way.
After a weekend that saw three of dirt racing’s finest competitors ever crowned champions once again and two NASCAR veterans punch their tickets to Homestead-Miami, Motorsports Madness returns to the radio airwaves to break down an action-packed weekend of racing news tonight at 7 p.m. Eastern on the Performance Motorsports Network.
I got to thinking this past week about all the reasons why NASCAR has seen a decline in both fans attending their national series races and also in viewership on TV.
As NASCAR makes it second trip to the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday for the second race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, many championship hopefuls are dreaming of their own magic moment.