NASCAR's bad boy, Tony Stewart controversial style on the track has earned him as many headlines as his racing skill. Despite his feiry image, off the track, Tony is one of the most generous men in sports, and a tireless worker for charities.
Tony Stewart now 0-for-17 in NASCAR's Daytona 500
Tony Stewart's Daytona 500 drought continues. Stewart was involved in a five-car accident early in NASCAR's season opener Sunday, sustaining enough damage to his No. 14 Chevrolet that it ended his chances of winning the ''Great American Race.'' Stewart is winless in 17 tries in NASCAR'S premier event.Tony Stewart: We have contingency plan in place for Kurt Busch
Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner Tony Stewart said the team has a contingency plan if Kurt Busch is unable to drive because of still-unresolved allegations of domestic violence against the former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion.NASCAR driver Tony Stewart gets flagged for weighty issue
Tony Stewart opened Speedweeks with a weighty - and heated - issue. Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch also had to return to the scale after getting in their cars. NASCAR eventually flagged Stewart, ordering him back to the garage to get weighed. Stewart refused to answer questions about what happened on the track and in the hauler, but was overheard telling teammate Kevin ...Up in smoke: Tony Stewart's hopes for first Daytona 500 win end early
Tony Stewart's hopes for first Daytona 500 win end with early wreck in Sunday's 59th running of the race. Stewart is now 0-for-17 in his career in Daytona 500 starts.Inspection causes 13 to miss Cup qualifying
Former Sprint Cup champions Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart and Matt Kenseth were among the 13 drivers who did not get a chance to post qualifying times Friday after their cars didn't get through qualifying inspection in time at Atlanta.Daytona winner Logano takes Atlanta pole; 13 cars shut out
NASCAR driver and team owner Tony Stewart, center, and crew members watch a car go through tech inspection during qualifying for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series auto race Friday, Feb. 27, 2015, in Hampton, Ga. Thirteen drivers did not get on the track after failing to pass inspection, Stewart included.Tony Stewart seeks to end string of defeat in Daytona 500
In hindsight, 2002 might have been an omen of how heartbreaking the Daytona 500 would be for Tony Stewart. An engine failure just two laps into the race had Stewart almost back home in North Carolina before the checkered flag fell. Two years later, he ran second to winner Dale Earnhardt Jr. He was a contender in 2007, only to wreck out of the race in an incident with Kurt Busch. The following ...NASCAR Driver Tony Stewart Not to Face Charges Over Deth
The NASCAR accident involving Tony Stewart and the death of his fellow driver will not lead to criminal charges against Stewart according to reports from the New York prosecution service who reviewed the photographs and video of the accident, as well as hearing from around two dozen witnesses.LATEST NEWS
Tony Stewart (14) hits the wall with Ryan Blaney (21) on the front stretch during the Daytona 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup series auto race at Daytona International Speedway, Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015, in Daytona Beach, Fla.Tony Stewart: I may never race a sprint car again
Nearly six months after his role in an accident that claimed the life of 20-year-old sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr., Tony Stewart says he has no immediate plans to drive a sprint car and may never get behind the wheel of a sprint car again.
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Tony won the 1999 Nascar Winston Cup Series Rookie of the Year.
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