Starting In Bristol, Chase Briscoe To Race For His Hero Tony Stewart In Select XFINITY Series Races In 2018

As Chase Briscoe climbs the racing ladder toward his ultimate goal of competing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the 23-year-old from Mitchell, Indiana, will grab a few rungs at Stewart-Haas Racing with Biagi-DenBeste (SHR). The championship-winning NASCAR team will field Briscoe in five NASCAR Xfinity Series races in 2018, beginning with the April 14 Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway. Briscoe will drive the No. 98 Ford Performance Ford Mustang alongside SHR teammate Cole Custer in the No. 00 Haas Automation Ford Mustang.

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With Danica Walking Away Now, NASCAR Loses Powerful Punch of Drivers After Sunday in Homestead

Homestead, Fla – We already knew in the spring that the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season would be Dale Earnhardt Jr’s swan song. He revealed that he was stepping away from NASCAR’s premiere series after this year. But, a few weeks ago, Matt Kenseth also announced that he too is walking away from the Cup Series for 2018. While he didn’t call it a “retirement” per say, he did say that he’s no longer actively pursuing a ride in NASCAR’s premiere series next year. Now, Danica Patrick also made…

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Tony Stewart On The Verge Of A 3rd Cup Championship As An Owner In 7 Years, 2017 Could Cap Banner Year For SHR

When you look at the “big” teams in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Hendrick Motorsports, Joe Gibbs Racing and Team Penske are pretty much the “big 3” in the sport. Each, are top dogs for their own manufacturers. Back in the 70s, 80s and 90s, it was Richard Petty Motorsports and Richard Childress Racing. Then, it was made into those three. But, one team owner is saying not so fast. Tony Stewart bought into Gene Haas’ racing team for the 2009 season. He left a stable ride at JGR…

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Tony Stewart Hints About Possible Return To NASCAR

Wednesday was all about Stewart-Haas Racing and Aric Almirola. The organization announced that they have signed Almirola and Smithfield as a driver/sponsorship combination to replace Danica Patrick in the No. 10 Ford for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. But, it was Tony Stewart himself who dropped a huge hint on a possible return to NASCAR in the near future. When Almirola was asked in his press conference about the possibility of racing in the NASCAR XFINITY Series with the team too, it was Stewart to chimed in…

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Tony Stewart Issues Statement On Danica Patrick Departure

On Tuesday afternoon, Danica Patrick announced via her social media channels that she won’t be returning to Stewart-Haas Racing in 2018. It didn’t come as much of a surprise either as it was widely rumored that her tenure with the team would be coming to an end. With success at a minimum and sponsorship virtually gone, the days of her future with SHR were numbered. But, that didn’t stop Tony Stewart from personally writing a statement saying that despite this tough business decision, he still looks at her the same…

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Clint Bowyer a Big Sleeper To Win This Weekend in Sonoma

At Sonoma, it’s hard to pinpoint a favorite to win there. Road course races are extremely difficult to give an educated guess on what would happen. But, the usual suspects will be brought up this weekend anyways. One driver though that most will overlook and can easily come in and not just win on Sunday, but steal a playoff berth as well is Clint Bowyer. It’s no secret, this year has been much better for Bowyer. After two miserable years with Michael Waltrip Racing, then one dismal year last year…

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Tony Stewart Foundation to Sponsor 3rd SPM Entry for 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500

INDIANAPOLIS – Tony Stewart will be back at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this May. No, the recent NASCAR retiree won’t be coming out of retirement to run his sixth Indianapolis 500, but rather his foundation will sponsor a car for the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500. TEAM ONE CURE, a project to benefit the Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center will sponsor the No. 77 Schmidt-Peterson Motorsports Honda in May with a driver TBA right now. The news also adds a car to the entry-list for the race as…

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Tony Stewart Closes Out Storied Career in Homestead With 22nd Place Finish

HOMESTEAD, Fla – It was an emotional day for Tony Stewart on Sunday afternoon at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, as the Ford EcoBoost 400 was the final race of his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career.  It was 617th and final Cup start as he brought his No. 14 Chevrolet home 22nd at the 1.5-mile track. No, it wasn’t a win in his final race, but he wasn’t expecting that anyways. Stewart was just wanting to go out having fun and bringing his car home in one piece. He did just that as he…

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Kevin Harvick Wins the Pole for Saturday Night’s Bank of America 500

CONCORD, NC – It was a perfect day at the Charlotte Motor Speedway for Stewart-Haas Racing’s Kevin Harvick. The California native was quickest in the lone NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice session at the 1.5-mile track earlier today, then in qualifying tonight, he was on top of the speed charts once again. Harvick, turned a lap of 196.029 mph in his orange colored No. 4 Chevrolet on Thursday night en route to the pole for Saturday night’s Bank of America 500 (7 p.m. ET/NBCSN/PRN). It was Harvick’s 16th career Cup…

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Tony Stewart Eliminated From Chase Contention at Dover

DOVER, DE – Yes, Tony Stewart isn’t happy to be eliminated from Chase contention on Sunday, but lets be honest here, he was playing with house money anyway. Stewart, entered this season on the heels of his worst three statistical years ever in racing. He was injured twice and involved in a sprint car accident that tragically killed a driver two years ago. Mix that with his back injury suffered in the offseason that forced him to miss the first eight races of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season,…

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