Tony Stewart1971-05-20 (age 48)
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Three-time NASCAR Cup champion Tony Stewart admits that Thursday’s demonstration run in a Ford Mustang has “given me the itch” to make a racing return to stock car competition.
Three-time NASCAR Cup champion Tony Stewart says that 2009 F1 world champion Jenson Button’s tweet, replying to a Motorsport.com story about the potential for a future entry by Honda, “makes me smile that he would be even interested”.
Tony Stewart, a three-time champion in what is now the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, headlines the newest list of Hall of Fame nominees.
Tony Stewart knows a thing or two about having driving success in his 40s and even he has been impressed with the performance this year of Kevin Harvick.
Ford Performance has unveiled the NASCAR Cup Mustang, which will replace the Fusion in the Monster Energy Cup Series in 2019.
Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner and NASCAR legend Tony Stewart says that pressure should be put on NASCAR to eventually earn the Cup series a race at the Eldora Speedway dirt track.
Stewart-Haas Racing is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and will make its 1,000th start in Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series competition this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway.
Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin are among the early entries for this charity race to be held at Langley Speedway on April 19 following a two-year hiatus.
Devout bachelor Tony Stewart has had a change of heart.
Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner hints he might want to compete on the Roval at Charlotte Motor Speedway next year during press conference.
Stewart-Haas Racing still wants Kurt Busch to race the No. 41 Haas Automation/Monster Energy Ford in 2018.
Danica Patrick will leave an obvious void in the Monster Energy Cup Series next season.
Watch one of the first in-depth interviews held with the three-time NASCAR Cup champion since his retirement.
Rico Abreu will race for a cause at Calistoga Speedway on Saturday.
Clint Bowyer salvaged a 26th-place finish on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway, but clearly he was expecting more.
Glenn Norton has been appointed mediator in the case involving the late Kevin Ward Jr., and Tony Stewart.
As Tony Stewart hinted at last month at the Ford Performance Center, Tony Stewart-Curb/Aganian Racing (TSR) Sprint cars will compete under the Blue Oval banner in 2017.
The Tony Stewart Foundation has announced it will sponsor a third Schmidt Peterson Motorsport entry at this year’s Indianapolis 500.
Ford Performance's newest scout is no boy scout.