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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Tony Stewart
Johnny Sauter should be motivated to perform well on Richmond’s short track with a playoff position within reach.
Denny Hamlin, who’s starting from pole this weekend, leads C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk Lineup at Homestead.
Mark Taylor previews NASCAR's kickoff race, the Busch Clash. Is Chase Elliott the man to beat on the Daytona road course?
C.J. Radune notes Zane Smith has two wins from the last five races and has found his stride just in time for the playoffs.
C.J. Radune expects previous Dover winner Kyle Busch to quickly move up from his 22nd-place starting position Saturday.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
Retired from NASCAR at the conclusion of the 2016 season as a three-time champion.
The three-time Sprint Cup Series champion was unsuccessful in defending his 2011 title. In fact, it was a very up-and-down season for Smoke in 2012. His three victories were offset by shockingly poor finishes at some of his best tracks. It all added up to a 16 Top-10 finish campaign, which ranks among the worst of his career. The good news is that all that stands between Stewart and getting back to the top is finding some consistency. We’re not sure the No. 14 team has a handle on that quite yet. The last 10 races of last season showed as inconsistent a driver as Stewart had been all season long. His four Top 10’s during the Chase were offset by five finishes outside the Top 15. Stewart has the potential to climb the rankings, but he needs to rediscover that consistency first.
The reigning Nextel Cup champion will make another strong bid for the cup in 2006. Stewart's strengths are multi-fold and the #20 team has top notch equipment, so another championship could be in store this season.
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Stewart said his 2017 racing schedule is coming together, announcing two dates and hinting at other possibilities. Stewart, who has retired from driving in NASCAR but will compete in plenty of races in other series, talked about his 2017 schedule during Tuesday night's "Tony Stewart Live" on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, NBC Sports reports.
Fast Michigan Practice
Stewart was fastest in Saturday's first practice for the Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway. He turned a fast lap of 202.122 mph.
Fifth at the Glen
Stewart finished fifth in the Cheez-It 355k at Watkins Glen International Sunday afternoon.
Fifth at Pocono
Stewart finished fifth in the Pennsylvania 400 at Pocono Raceway Monday afternoon. The race was called early due to weather conditions and fog at the track.