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Up To Speed: JGR, RFR highlight day four of NASCAR Sprint Media Tour
Alan Cavanna highlights the last day of the NASCAR Sprint Media Tour with news from JGR and RFR.
Up to Speed: NASCAR, SMI Highlight Day Two of Sprint Media Tour
NASCAR, SMI, MWR, and Furniture Row Racing are stops during day two of the NASCAR Sprint Media Tour .
Funniest NASCAR Sprint Media Tour moments
During the NASCAR Sprint Media Tour NASCAR's drivers proved there's always time for a little fun.
Up to Speed: 2013 Sprint Media Tour rolls out in Charlotte
The 2013 NASCAR Sprint Media makes it's annual stop in Charlotte, with an announcment from Sprint and a stop at Stewart-Haas Racing
2012 Media Tour Recap
Chuck Howard takes a quick look back at the Sprint Media Tour from Charlotte, NC.
Up to Speed: Media tour makes stops at HMS and EGR
Alan Cavanna recaps Day 3 of the media tour after stops to Hendrick Motorsports and EGR.
2014 Sprint Cup Series driver, team profiles
Get to know the drivers and their teams for the 2014 Sprint Cup Series season
Stewart, Kenseth collide in Sprint All-Star Race
RELATED: Full race results Tony Stewart 's final Sprint All-Star Race was cut short after a wreck midway through the event knocked out his No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway . On Lap 23 of the second 50-lap segment, a wreck involving the three-time Sprint Cup Series champion, Kasey Kahne , Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth evolved on the front stretch. " I mean, the No. 24 (of Chase Elliott) wrecked everybody and put everybody behind him in jeopardy and we got caught on the outside of it," Stewart said. 'Smoke,' who gave the pre-race command, was referring to a strategy play by Elliott's team. Elliott appeared to be signaling he was going to pit road for his mandatory green-flag pit stop during Segment 2. As cars charged forward behind him, the incident unfolded. "I got more than bumped from behind, I got rolled over," said Kenseth, who was penalized in Segment 1 for not completing the mandatory Segment 1 pit stop under green. "I saw them checking up and wrecking in front of me and I slowed up just a little bit and somebody just drove right over top of me wide open." Stewart would be scored last in the 20-car field. Kenseth finished 18th.
Race Rewind: NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race in 15
Relive all the moments from the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in just 15 minutes.
Stewart gives command for his final career NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race
Tony Stewart, 2009 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race winner, gives the command to start engines in his final NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race.