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Topic - Tony Stewart
NASCAR team owner Gene Haas said Friday he has been granted a license from Formula One's governing body to start a U.S.-based entry in the series, perhaps as early as next season.
Gene Haas believes his decision to hire Kurt Busch was validated by Busch's victory last Sunday at Martinsville Speedway.
Tony Stewart knocked Brad Keselowski from the pole as qualifying ended Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway.
Tires remained the hot topic at Texas Motor Speedway, where NASCAR and Goodyear took the unprecedented step of discussing the compound selected for Sunday's race before a single lap had been turned.
Kurt Busch couldn't be more delighted with his move to Stewart-Haas Racing.
Kurt Busch's Sunday at Martinsville Speedway, in some ways, was like his career wrapped into one afternoon.
Johnson, with eight wins in 25 career starts on the 0.526-mile oval, led 11 times for 296 laps. He seemed on his way to another when he took the lead from Busch with 17 laps remaining. But Busch stayed close, ducked underneath Johnson seven laps later and Johnson never made a good run at the lead again.
Kyle Busch figured he had little chance to defend his Fontana title for most of Sunday while he circled the oval in a "mediocre" car.
Kyle Larson was ninth on the final restart at California, with four rows of traffic to navigate in two laps in a frantic bid for the best finish possible. With Kurt Busch and Tony Stewart at the front, Larson wasn't even thinking about victory.
With tires and tempers blowing up all over the track for 400 crazy miles, Kyle Busch stayed calm and relied on his remarkable knack for big finishes at Fontana.
There is no panic at Stewart-Haas Racing despite a sub-par start to the season that is tarnishing Tony Stewart's comeback from a broken leg.
Tony Stewart can recite nearly every line in "Smokey and the Bandit" and high on his bucket list is meeting star Burt Reynolds to discuss the popular 1977 movie.
Rodney Childers wrestled for months with the decision to join Kevin Harvick at Stewart-Haas Racing. Just when he thought he'd made up his mind to leave Michael Waltrip Racing, he and Brian Vickers won a race together at New Hampshire.
Tony Stewart came back from a broken right leg at the Daytona 500 still not fully healed, yet able to race.
Tony Stewart does not consider the Daytona 500 a disaster, despite the engine problems that spoiled his return to racing from a broken right leg.
"It's a pretty cool deal," said Stewart. "Not anybody can just go get one of those, so he had to go through the approval process and got approved and I'm happy for him."
Stewart said he would not have any involvement in the venture.