Tony Stewart

52-Year-Old Driver  
2024 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Tony Stewart in 2024. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
NASCAR Return at Indianapolis
March 4, 2020
Stewart announced Wednesday that he will compete in the July 4 Xfinity Series race at famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which will be contested for the first time on the track's 2.439-mile, 14-turn road course, reports.
Stewart hasn't raced in NASCAR since his 2016 retirement, and he hasn't raced in the Xfinity Series since way back in 2013. The racing legend will dust off the helmet and fire suit and strap in for July's first-ever Xfinity Series race on the Indianapolis road course. "Everyone knows what Indy means to me, so I can't think of a better place to race on Fourth of July weekend," said Stewart. "It's going to be cool making history by turning left and right in a stock car at the Brickyard, and the racing will be full of action and contact." No details are available yet on car owner, team or car number for the event.
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NASCAR Trucks DFS:  Worldwide Express 250
272 days ago
Stewart Friesen enters the final race of the regular season just nine points back of the cutline. He is one of the drivers C.J. Radune is targeting in DFS at Richmond. Find out some of his other top DFS values.
NASCAR DFS:  Toyota/Save Mart 350
321 days ago
Chase Elliott returns to the track this week at Sonoma after being suspended last week. C.J. Radune thinks the driver of the No. 9 has a good chance to lock up a playoff spot with a win on another road course.
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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Settles Wrongful-Death Suit
April 3, 2018
Five weeks before trial, Stewart and the parents of Kevin Ward Jr. have agreed to settle the wrongful-death lawsuit against the three-time NASCAR Cup champion, Bob Pockrass of ESPN reports.
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Planning to Race at Le Mans
December 1, 2016
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.
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Fast Michigan Practice
Sprint Cup
August 27, 2016
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.
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Fifth at the Glen
Sprint Cup
August 7, 2016
Stewart finished fifth in the Cheez-It 355k at Watkins Glen International Sunday afternoon.
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Fifth at Pocono
Sprint Cup
August 1, 2016
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.
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