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Stewart-Haas Racing | Tony Stewart starts on second row

Fri, 11 Jul 2014 22:17:23 -0700

Stewart-Haas Racing driver Tony Stewart, still searching for his first win of the season, will start fourth in the Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Sunday, July 13.

Fantasy Tip: It is Stewart's best starting position since he was on the pole at Texas April 6. Stewart has three career wins at NHMS in 29 starts, and he has 14 Top 5 finishes with an Average Finish Position of 11.9. He is a good looking fantasy option on the flat track this weekend.

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Stewart-Haas Racing | Tony Stewart crashes at Indianapolis

Wed, 18 Jun 2014 19:36:36 -0700

Stewart-Haas Racing driver Tony Stewart was uninjured Wednesday, June 18, in Turn 1 during testing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He was one of six Sprint Cup Series drivers participating in the two-day test at the Brickyard.

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Stewart-Haas Racing | Team strong in Pocono practice

Sat, 07 Jun 2014 20:36:37 -0700

Stewart-Haas Racing driver Kurt Busch posted the second fastest lap time in practice Saturday, June 7, at Pocono Raceway at 175.545 mph, while teammate and owner Tony Stewart was fourth-fastest at 175.370 mph. Even Danica Patrick was fast, posting the 11th-fastest lap speed at 174.206 mph.

Fantasy Tip: The SHR cars looked fast Saturday, and might be each be fantastic fantasy options. Harvick has never won at Pocono in his career, but he does have tremendous 14.1 Average Finish Position in 26 career starts at the Tricky Triangle. Busch has two wins at Long Pond, and he has managed 16 Top 20 finishes in 25 career starts.

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Stewart-Haas Racing | Tony Stewart drives in sprint car

Tue, 27 May 2014 20:18:43 -0700

Stewart-Haas Racing driver and owner Tony Stewart (leg) broke his right leg in a sprint car last August. Stewart was back in a sprint car Monday, May 26, and he posted photos on his new official Twitter site about his outing.

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Stewart-Haas Racing | Tony Stewart finishes dead last

Mon, 05 May 2014 19:31:28 -0700

Stewart-Haas Racing driver Tony Stewart was collected in a wreck with 50 laps to go at the Aarons 499 at Talladega Superspeedway Sunday, May 4, and he was unable to make it back out to the track. He ended up being scored dead last.

Fantasy Tip: Stewart was starting to look like the Smoke of old for the past few weeks, but this last-place finish really splashes cold water on his momentum. However, he could bounce back for fantasy owners at Kansas Saturday, as he has two wins in 15 career starts at the suburban Kansas City circuit.

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NASCAR | Three blow engines in practice

Mon, 17 Feb 2014 10:11:40 -0800

Stewart-Haas Racing drivers Danica Patrick and Tony Stewart and Phoenix Racing driver Bobby Labonte all blew their engines during practice for the Daytona 500 Saturday, Feb. 15. "It's just a motor. If it was getting ready for the race you would be a little more concerned," Stewart said. "It's just for qualifying. They pay the big check a week from tomorrow, not tomorrow." All three engines were from Hendrick Motorsports, and all three teams will now be forced to start from the back of the field for the race.

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Stewart-Haas Racing | Tony Stewart runs practice laps

Mon, 17 Feb 2014 10:11:18 -0800

Stewart-Haas Racing driver Tony Stewart (leg) raced 50 smooth laps over the weekend at Daytona International Speedway. Stewart is coming into this season 20 pounds lighter. "There's zero percentage of pain in the car. That was nice," Stewart said. "I thought we would have some kind of ache or pain, but it was like putting on an old pair of shoes again." He does not have a backup driver lined up for Daytona.

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Stewart-Haas Racing | Tony Stewart at 65 percent

Thu, 13 Feb 2014 17:20:49 -0800

Stewart-Haas Racing driver Tony Stewart (leg) is scheduled to be back in a race car Friday, Feb. 14, for the first time since breaking his right leg last August. He'll be doing two practice sessions at Daytona International Speedway. Stewart said his leg is 65 percent healed, but his team is doing everything they can to make him comfortable in the No. 14 Chevrolet. A special pad was ordered to keep his knees from banging into the steering column. "The perfect scenario: everything would be healed 100 percent and we wouldn't be talking about it. But the bone is still about 65 percent healed right now. But as far as muscles and everything, the strength is coming much quicker than I thought it was going to be," Stewart said.

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Stewart-Haas Racing | Tony Stewart will be ready

Thu, 09 Jan 2014 12:06:34 -0800

Stewart-Haas Racing driver Tony Stewart (leg) said he'll be fully ready to race when the Sprint Cup scheduled opens next month. He missed the last 15 races of the 2013 season with a broken right leg. Stewart's first day in the car will be Feb. 14, which is 10 days before the Daytona 500. He doesn't think he'll be 100 percent when he's back in the car, but he'll "be able to do my job 100 percent."

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Stewart-Haas Racing | New crew chief for Tony Stewart

Wed, 20 Nov 2013 09:59:33 -0800

Stewart-Haas Racing announced Tuesday, Nov. 19, that Chad Johnston will be the new crew chief for driver Tony Stewart. Johnston had been the crew chief for Michael Waltrip Racing driver Martin Truex Jr. this season. Greg Zipadelli will serve as vice president of competition and is responsible for managing all four Sprint Cup teams.

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