NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race
From the Vault: Stewart scores special win for SHR at Pocono
Tony Stewart won Stewart-Haas Racing's first NASCAR event in the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race in 2009. In June, at Pocono, Stewart scored the first points-paying victory for his organization.
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Liberty National to sponsor Trevor Bayne, Roush Fenway in 2017
finishes (fifth at Bristol in April, third at Daytona in July) last season. He also raced his way into the NASCAR Sprint All - Star Race by winning a segment of the preliminary Sprint Showdown by .005 seconds over Chase Elliott .
Michigan gives final sneak peek at proposed '17 aero package
at Michigan (May 17) and Kentucky Speedway (June 13-14) before being used in race conditions at the NASCAR Sprint All - Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway (May 21), Michigan (June 12) and Kentucky (July 9). Competition officials
Best in-car audio from the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race
Go inside the cars and listen in on team communications as Chase Elliott and Danica Patrick get voted in, Tony Stewart races his final all-star event and Joey Logano takes home a cool $1 million in the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race .
Weather wipes out Sprint All-Star Race qualifying
RELATED: See the lineup in photos Inclement weather wiped out Saturday night's Sprint All-Star Race qualifying at Charlotte Motor Speedway . This meant the lineup was set by owner points, putting Stewart-Haas Racing 's Kevin Harvick on the Coors Light Pole. RELATED: Complete
Rain shifts on-track action to Saturday
RELATED: Live weather radar from the track All of Friday's on-track activity at Charlotte Motor Speedway was canceled due to wet weather hitting the track for the second consecutive day. Saturday's schedule will now be as follows: -- Sprint All-Star Race practice, 9:30 a.m. ET on FS1. --
Kevin Harvick signs long-term deal with Stewart-Haas Racing
RELATED: Harvick through the years Stewart-Haas Racing announced Thursday that it has signed Kevin Harvick to a long-term contract extension, scuttling any outlying speculation about his future with the team. Details of the deal were not released. Harvick, 40, is in his third year with the SHR No. 4 Chevrolet team and crew chief Rodney Childers. Harvick won his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship in 2014, his first year with the operation co-owned by Tony Stewart and Gene Haas. "It was a big decision to join Stewart-Haas Racing and it has turned out to be my best decision," Harvick said in a release provided by the team. "I came to Stewart-Haas Racing to win championships. We have one, but that only made us hungry for more. I'm very happy to have my future secure with a team so dedicated to winning." Thursday's news quashes speculation that Harvick might leave the team, which is moving from Chevrolet to Ford for the 2017 season. Harvick has made 550 starts in NASCAR's top division, all in Chevrolets. "Kevin's results speak for themselves, and in addition to those numbers, he brings a presence to our team that makes everyone want to work harder," Stewart said in the release. " Kevin Harvick has made Stewart-Haas Racing a better team and he will continue to be an integral part of our future." Childers signed a multi-year contract with the No. 4 team last June. Thursday's announcement promises to keep one of the series' most successful driver-crew chiefs pairings together for the indefinite future. Harvick has notched nine of his 32 career Sprint Cup wins in Stewart-Haas equipment. Since making the transition to SHR, he has finished first (2014) and second (2015) in the driver standings, and ranks as the top point-earner so far this season. Harvick will address the media Friday at 1:15 p.m. ET in the media center at Charlotte Motor Speedway , site of Saturday night's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race (9 p.m. ET, FS1, MRN, SiriusXM). Video of the news conference will be live-streamed on NASCAR.com.
Kes wants Sprint All-Star Race to be the best race of the year
While in the Media Center at Kansas Speedway Brad Keselowski talked about his input for the new format for the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race .
NASCAR nominated for league, executive of the year, more awards
races, are each nominated in the 'Best in Sports Media' category. FOX Sports continues its broadcast of the first portion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season during this Saturday's NASCAR Sprint All - Star Race (7 p.m. ET on FS1).