When Tony Stewart stepped away from his No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford at the close of 2016, he vowed to race where he wanted to race and have a lot of fun doing it.
Motorsports veteran Tony Stewart, who was recently inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame, is sharing his love for a different side of the sport.
Five legendary NASCAR personalities – three drivers, an owner and an engine builder/crew chief – were inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C., on Jan. 31.
As the Formula One circus moves from Mexico to the USA this week, two of its racers are about to take an even more wild ride than usual on Circuit of the America’s road course.
Three-time NASCAR Cup champion and USAC Triple Crown winner Tony Stewart has a new engine to help him emasculate his sprint car competition. Developed in conjunction with Ford Performance, Tony Stewart Racing and Durham Racing Engines, the new FPS 410 engine was introduced in August.
NASCAR has announced its 2020 Hall of Fame members – a group of five comprising three drivers, a crew chief and a team owner.
Could Tony Stewart’s hopes to see a wrongful death civil lawsuit come to an end actually happen in 2018?
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NASCAR veteran Tony Stewart’s hopes to see a wrongful death civil lawsuit come to terms recently blew up in smoke again.
It came as a surprise to the racing world when Stewart-Haas Racing announced they would end their involvement with Chevrolet and had signed a contract with Ford Performance.