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Three time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart glad to have his teams out of Daytona

Johnson City, TN - 3-time NASCAR champion and co owner of Stewart-Hass racing Tony Stewart made a pit stop in Johnson City for the opening of Ollie's bargain outlet. Stewart, who retired a few seasons ago now owns the cars driven by Clint Bowyer, Kevin Harvick, Daniel Suarez and Aric Almirola.


Tony Stewart explains why Kyle Larson has the most talent in NASCAR

There's no doubt NASCAR currently has some of the most skilled drivers ever on the track right now, but there are a number of ways to evaluate who's the best. Defining the best could range from looking at championships or wins - or even wins at specific tracks - to demonstrated skills and moves, eve


Tony Stewart appears at Ollie's in Johnson City for store's grand opening

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. — Three-time NASCAR Cup Champion Tony Stewart made a stop for fans in Johnson City Wednesday morning for the Ollie's store grand opening. Stewart owns the Ollie's All-Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series. He signed autographs for fans at the store located at 3006 Bristol H


The incident that led Stewart and Dale Jr. to friendship

On the "Dale Jr. Download," Tony Stewart recalls the first time they met at Pikes Peak after an on-track incident landed both of them in the NASCAR hauler.


That time Tony Stewart told Dale Jr.: ‘Let’s be friends’

Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Tony Stewart weren’t always the fast friends that they are now. In fact, it took a scuffle for them to realize they should be pals. The two retired Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers talked on Earnhardt Jr.’s “Dale Jr. Download” released Tuesday, and reminisced about the


Stewart on Logano at Auto Club: ‘I was gonna dot his I and cross his T’

Tony Stewart hasn’t forgotten about his confrontation with Joey Logano at Auto Club Speedway in 2013 — or the emotions that went with it. Stewart shared his candid thoughts with Dale Earnhardt Jr. while the two retired Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers talked on Earnhardt Jr.’s “Dale Jr. Down


Stewart enjoying racing more than ever

Tony Stewart is racing more and enjoying the sport more than ever these days. Now retired from NASCAR, the three-time Monster Energy Cup Series champion has 99 dirt-track races on his schedule this season.


Stewart: I had Logano ‘hemmed up’ at Auto Club in 2013

Tony Stewart remembers the confrontation with Joey Logano at Auto Club Speedway in 2013, recalling it with Dale Earnhardt Jr. on the "Dale Jr. Download."


All revved up: Stewart ready for NASCAR’s start, motorsports honor

Tony Stewart has a lot of reasons to be excited at the moment. For starters, the 2019 NASCAR Monster Energy Series kicks off Sunday with the legendary Daytona 500 race. The Columbus resident and Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner welcomes a new driver to the fold, following the team’s strong 2018 campaign


Podcast: Austin Dillon on last year’s Daytona 500 finish, learning driver ethics from Tony Stewart

It’s been a year since Austin Dillon made contact with and wrecked Aric Almirola on the last lap of the Daytona 500, clearing the way for his win in the “Great American Race.”


Ollie's Bargain Outlet to hold grand opening today in Johnson City

Ollie's Bargain Outlet will hold a grand opening today with three-time Nascar champion Tony Stewart. Tickets will be handed out to the first 250 people at 7:30 a.m. for a meet-and-greet with Stewart. Ticket holders can get a picture and have on piece of their memorabilia signed by Stewart starting a


Stewart, Kahne to race at Jackson Motorplex this summer

The racing season at the Jackson Motorplex is still three months away, but excitement is building for what promises to be another big year. One reason is the return of Tony Stewart, who won’t...


Sam Bass, famed paint scheme and race program designer, dies

Sam Bass, the artist known for designing many iconic NASCAR paint schemes and race programs, died Saturday. His wife Denise confirmed Bass’ passing on Twitter. He was 57. Bass, who designed Jeff Gordon’s striking “Rainbow Warriors” paint scheme, had spent the last few years looking for a new kidney.


Ollie's Bargain Outlet to open Wednesday on Bristol Highway

Ollie’s Bargain Outlet will open its fourth Tri-Cities location at 3006 Bristol Highway in Johnson City on Wednesday with a grand opening event featuring three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart.


York County Racing Club Hall of Famer Mark Smith excels in 360 sprint action in Florida

Depending on how one looks at it, recent York County Racing Club Hall of Famer Mark Smith either had a very good week or a very unlucky week at the East Bay 360 Sprint Car Nationals near Tampa, Florida.


NPW’s FAST Expo 2019 Sees Record Attendance

NPW (National Performance Warehouse/National Auto Parts Warehouse) has reported record attendance of more than 4,500 customers at its seventh annual Florida Automotive, Speed & Truck Expo (FAST Expo).


Fast, furious and fun moments from Kyle Busch's 499 Cup starts

It’s hard to believe Kyle Busch has many milestones left to reach in his NASCAR career. But this weekend he’ll cross another off the list as he makes his 500th start in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.


Martin Truex Jr. reveals a final twist in the Furniture Row Racing saga

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The story of Furniture Row Racing’s unfortunate demise was well told last season. Lesser known is that it nearly happened three years earlier. Martin Truex Jr. revealed Wednesday during Daytona 500 Media Day that the No. 78 was close to implosion after the 2015 season before se


Daytona 500 2019: NASCAR reportedly not planning changes despite lackluster Speedweeks races

The action wasn't exactly back and forth at Daytona's Speedweeks, but NASCAR isn't planning on making any changes to increase excitement for Sunday's race. There were a total of 10 lead changes across 179 laps this week at The Clash and two Daytona Duels on Thursday, but it will be tough for NASCAR


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Johnson, Knaus Start To Adapt to New, Separate Era at Daytona. When it was announced last year that one of the greatest crew chief/driver combinations in NASCAR Cup Series history was breaking up, it was historic, to say the least.