Tony Stewart offers his take on JGR's racing strategy
Tony Stewart talks about his Stewart-Haas Racing success at Sonoma Raceway and the strategy of the Joe Gibbs Racing teams
Tony Gibson 1-on-1: Daytona 500-winning crew chief on his future
Jonathan Merryman talks to crew chief Tony Gibson about getting to the top and his future now that he has a Daytona 500 title with Kurt Busch on his resume.
Tony Stewart doesn't dress as woman for Halloween this year
RELATED: Stewart shows off new 'drag' package Tony Stewart takes Halloween seriously. We saw this last year when the Stewart-Haas Racing driver stole the show at a costume party with his midriff-revealing, scandalous Carmen Miranda-inspired get-up. Yep!!! I lost... @TonyStewart wins pic.twitter.com/HqmkGpukRH — Tony Gibson (@TonyOldman41) October 28, 2015 Naturally, with the bar set so high (low?) after last year's showing, we were pretty stoked to see what "Smoke" had in store for 2016. He didn't disappoint, but guess what? He actually didn't dress like a woman this time! We were a close 2nd pic.twitter.com/AGOHgkqz4h — Tony Stewart (@TonyStewart) October 27, 2016 Stewart's "Day of the Dead" look is pretty impressive, but as you can see, he took home second place in the costume contest -- so who won first? Well it was close, but there is a new champion at Pumpkinpaloosa. @DylanSmith34 aka Catwoman. I was a close 2nd pic.twitter.com/8JUvCV0XBY — Tony Stewart (@TonyStewart) October 27, 2016 That'd be NASCAR Next driver Dylan Smith, who may someday be the next big thing, but is already NASCAR's newest cross-dresser.
Tony Stewart's final race is its own reward
RELATED: Full race results " Drivers tell Stewart tales " All of Stewart's 49 wins HOMESTEAD, Fla. – It was a loose and laughing Tony Stewart who climbed behind the wheel of the No. 14 Chevrolet for the last time Sunday, an illustrious driving career coming to an end here in sunny South Florida. Seventeen years, nine months and six days after Stewart made his premier series debut, the Indiana born and bred racer made his final start as a full-time NASCAR competitor, finishing 22nd in the season-ending Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway . Days from now, the final result won't be recalled. No one remembers who finished second, no one remembers who finished 22nd. Stewart's NASCAR career, though, won't be forgotten. Three championships, 49 wins, 308 top-10s, 15 poles. One of the best pure racers ever to grip a steering wheel. "I've been looking forward to this day," a composed Stewart said afterward, surrounded by media as he leaned against his Stewart-Haas Racing entry on pit road. "If I was never coming to a NASCAR race again I would feel much different and be a lot more emotional. But I'm going to be in Daytona in I don't know how many more weeks from now … I'll be there just in a different capacity. I've been ready to make a change and that starts now."
Tony Stewart's special Miami paint scheme
MORE: '14 days of Smoke' tribute " Buy tickets for Miami STORE: Stewart commemorative Homestead shirts One more race, one final paint scheme. Stewart-Haas Racing revealed Wednesday the special No. 14 Chevrolet that driver and co-owner Tony Stewart will pilot Sunday in Miami for what is expected to be his last race in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. A tribute video (watch it below) shows the details. "Always a Racer, Forever a Champion" on the hood. A list of his 49 career Sprint Cup Series wins on the back. And the signature of every Stewart-Haas Racing employee all over the quarter panels. Take one final ride with @TonyStewart this Sunday at @HomesteadMiami . #AlwaysRac14g pic.twitter.com/3ml67pcxIg — Stewart-Haas Racing (@StewartHaasRcng) November 16, 2016 &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;/p&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;
Tony at-work on 'next year's projects,' more tweets
Editor's note: Every Friday, "Tweets You Might Have Missed" will present eight of the best NASCAR-related tweets from the week. 1. Getting one of next years projects started pic.twitter.com/3aK7YLnPJG — Tony Stewart (@TonyStewart) August 31, 2016 2. What happens when Cash drives down and decides he'd rather go with dad on tractor. @LorraBowyer got new wheels. pic.twitter.com/sgAy77gaZz — Clint Bowyer (@ClintBowyer) September 2, 2016 3. Parenting pic.twitter.com/rbCX3ngM4Z — landon cassill (@landoncassill) August 31, 2016 4. pic.twitter.com/7K5jFZSkO4 — DeLana Harvick (@DeLanaHarvick) September 2, 2016 5. Damn right it is... @Blaney pic.twitter.com/JJEq7mc2Nh — Darrell Wallace Jr (@BubbaWallace) August 31, 2016 6. Don't be that guy. pic.twitter.com/789qeeRsBx — Joey Logano (@joeylogano) September 2, 2016 7. Celebrating! pic.twitter.com/EebaykOwyZ — Josh Wise (@Josh_Wise) August 31, 2016 8. Oh I found him had a great time at The Dillon Boys 3 on 3 tournament!!! Thanks to all those who participated! pic.twitter.com/Q9zZSTSfpe — Haley Dillon (@HaleyKDillon) September 1, 2016
Tony Stewart fills in for Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Dale Earnhardt Jr . again found himself in need of a substitute driver. Tony Stewart was there to answer the call. Earnhardt Jr. was at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Tuesday for a Dale Jr. Foundation charity ride-along event. The problem: Earnhardt Jr. has not been cleared to drive by his doctors as he recovers from concussion-like symptoms. The event raises "quite a bit of money," Junior said in a video posted to Twitter. Never fear, 'Smoke' is here. The three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion volunteered to fill the seat so Tuesday's event could go off without a hitch. Earnhardt Jr. posted the thank-you video below, calling Stewart a "good dude" for filling in. Thanks @TonyStewart pic.twitter.com/yhcFaP5fOg — Dale Earnhardt Jr . (@DaleJr) October 5, 2016 What friends do for friends pic.twitter.com/jIGLS6LdU9 — Eddie Jarvis (@Eddiejgo14) October 5, 2016 &lt;/p&gt;
2016 Season Review: Tony Stewart
To see the full slideshow of Tony Stewart 's 2016 season, please click here .
'14 Days of Smoke' campaign to honor Tony Stewart
MORE: Always a racer, forever a champion There are two weeks remaining in Tony Stewart 's full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career, and NASCAR.com will help fans honor the man called "Smoke" through the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway . We'll celebrate with a daily look at some of Stewart's career highlights over the next 13 days, leading up to the Nov. 20 race. You can bet his conquests at Homestead and Indianapolis are in the mix, and so are many more indelible moments. Even better, fans can join the dialogue by tweeting their favorite memories using the #AlwaysRac14g hashtag, and the top tweets will be displayed at nascar.com/smoke -- also where the video tributes will live. Check back daily to see another of Stewart's career highlights.
Drivers 'thank' Tony Stewart
Competitors and friends give thanks to retiring Tony Stewart at the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Awards Banquet.
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