“We battled a lack of grip, a lack of track position and handling issues all night,” said Ryan Newman.
Tony Stewart is not only a champion in NASCAR but also in Sprint car racing including the World of Outlaws. The owner, driver will miss this weekend’s NSCS race at Watkins Glen.
Tony Stewart held his first press conference since his crash racing a sprint car put him on sideline
NASCAR president Mike Helton replies to questions on the penalties handed out to the Michael Waltrip Racing team following the Richmond race. NASCAR vice-president of competition Robin Pemberton was also present.
Regarding Tony Stewart's injury and the negative comments since his crash racing sprint cars, Jimmie Johnson stated: "I’ve been disappointed that people have given him a hard time over it."
Danica Patrick won the Sprint Fan Vote to gain entrance into her first NASCAR All-Star race.
While Tony Stewart’s injuries don’t bode well for making the Chase for the Sprint Cup, the SHR team did find a road racer to sub drive the No. 14 Chevrolet at The Glen: Max Papis
Statements from Stewart-Haas Racing regarding NASCAR ruling to include Ryan Newman and No. 39 team in 2013 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup
Chad Johnston joins fellow MWR colleague Rodney Childers in making the move to SHR in 2014.
With the move by Mark Martin to the SHR No. 14 Chevrolet, Brian Vickers steps up to the plate earlier than expected in the No. 55 MWR Toyota.
Wild race at Dover International Speedway saw a bit of controversy toward the end but Tony Stewart and his SHR Chevy team enjoy their celebration. It was a sweep of the podium for the Chevy teams.
During the week Patrick has been surprised by the surge in female backers including visits by the daughters of NASCAR drivers Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon.
Since Stewart’s crash at Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa, Iowa, he had two surgeries to his right leg. He also has avoided the media frenzy until yesterday.
Tony Stewart: Another day at the office
Crew chiefs officially named for 2014 season
Tony Stewart: "I'm going to take full advantage of whatever time I've got on this earth..."
Stewart and Co. head to Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, a .533-mile, high-banked, concrete bullring where racing has been compared to flying fighter jets in a gymnasium.