Tony Stewart (#14 Bass Pro Shops/Mobil 1 Chevrolet SS) finished 29th in the November 22nd NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season-ending Ford EcoBoost 400 at Florida's Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Tony Stewart has taken note of how Jeff Gordon ran in his final full season and that has added a sense of urgency to his 2016 campaign, according to NBC’s Dustin Long. Fantasy owners should expect significant changes to this team during the off-season.
Tony Stewart earned his third top-10 finish of 2015 in the Goody's 500 a Martinsville Speedway. He officially started the race in 13th, but was forced to drop to the back of the field in a backup car after crashing in Saturday’s practice.
Tony Stewart posted the slowest 10-lap average time in Saturday morning’s practice for the Goody's 500 at Martinsville Speedway. His top speed of 94.718 mph was 1.8 mph slower than the leader Dale Earnhardt Jr. His speed put him 34th on the grid among 39 drivers who recorded 10 or more consecutive laps.
Tony Stewart has shown signs of speed during practice for the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte. His 15-lap average of 182.86 mph placed him seventh on the speed chart.
In the past two years, Tony Stewart has missed races late in the season because of sprint car accidents and that has stalled his momentum. One of his accidents occurred in 2013 and caused him to miss the fall Dover International Speedway event, but the last time he was there before that, he scored his third win on this track.
Tony Stewart has "announced that he will retire from the Sprint Cup Series after the 2016 season," according to NBC’s Nate Ryan. He is open to continue racing in support series after that date, but does not have any permanent plans.
Tony Stewart finished 11th in the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and earned his best finish since he was ninth at Pocono Raceway eight weeks ago.
Tony Stewart was third fastest in the first practice session for the Bojangles' Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway with a speed of 175.710 mph. He landed between teammates Kurt Busch (175.842) and Kevin Harvick (175.654).
Tony Stewart’s run of top-five starts this season came to an end at Bristol Motor Speedway. He failed to find any significant speed in qualification for the Irwin Tools Night Race and was forced to take a provisional to make the race.
Tony Stewart qualified fifth for Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400. That is his fourth consecutive top-five start in the NASCAR Cup series.
With one hour remaining in the first practice session for the Pure Michigan 400, Tony Stewart sat atop the leaderboard. His top speed was 194.610 mph.
For the third straight week this season, Tony Stewart advanced to the final round of qualification. In fact, he posted his third straight top-five time trial effort and rolls off the grid third for the Cheez-it 355k at the Glen.
The family of Kevin Ward Jr. has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Tony Stewart for his part in the death of their son, according NBC Sports’ Dustin Long.