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Topic - Greg Zipadelli
Tony Stewart has come to loathe stairs.
Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart got a new crew chief Tuesday as both Stewart-Haas Racing and Roush Fenway Racing reorganized their competition departments.
Greg Zipadelli, crew chief both times Tony Stewart ran the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 on the same day, is no fan of the grueling doubleheader.
Tony Stewart's broken leg apparently occurred in part because the torque tube in his sprint car came loose and hit him during his Aug. 5 accident in a sprint cup race in Iowa, Stewart-Haas Racing competition director Greg Zipadelli said Friday.
While team co-owner Tony Stewart is sidelined at home nursing a broken right leg, Stewart-Haas Racing is charging full steam ahead with aggressive plans for 2014.
Crew chief Rodney Childers will not return to Michael Waltrip Racing next season and informed his crew of his decision Friday at Bristol Motor Speedway.
While Tony Stewart recovers from a broken leg, his team is still figuring out how to move on without him.
Stewart-Haas Racing has tabbed Austin Dillon to drive Tony Stewart's No. 14 Chevrolet this week at Michigan International Speedway.
Smoke's out. Juan Pablo Montoya and Marcos Ambrose are desperate to get in.
Aside from a minor arm injury in the 2006 Chili Bowl, and a banged up shoulder that required a relief driver in a NASCAR race later that same season, Tony Stewart has walked away unscathed from many harrowing wrecks.
At least a dozen road course ringers waited for the phone to ring when word spread that Tony Stewart had broken his leg in a sprint car race at Iowa.
Tony Stewart typically shines during Speedweeks, the nine-day span where he cements himself as a top contender to win the Daytona 500.
The Indianapolis 500 is fading into the background for Danica Patrick, who has decided not to attempt the race next season, after all.
Frustrated with Landon Cassill at Kansas Speedway, Danica Patrick decided to send him a message.
Ryan Newman will soon be reunited with the crew chief who guided him to 12 career victories.
"It's literally results. I don't think we were ever on pace to be where we needed to be," he said.
"I think it's the craziest thing I've ever heard," Zipadelli said last year of Patrick's desire to run at Indianapolis. "I lived through it twice with one of the greatest racers I've ever seen, and trying to run both of those races is just stupid. She needs to focus on the Cup car if that's what she wants to do. If she's here to be in NASCAR, then she needs to be here focused on NASCAR."