Change is inevitable, it happens on a daily basis whether it be in small doses or a large life-changing situation. Some come about by choice, some are based on circumstances, while others are forced upon a person against their wishes. The key is how one handles that change, what’s made of a new opportunity.Continue reading
Joe Gibbs couldn’t stay angry at Tony Stewart forever.
In fact, he couldn’t stay angry for very long at all—once he got over the shock of Stewart’s planned departure from Joe Gibbs Racing at the end of the 2008 season. Continue reading
During a morning press conference at its Kannapolis, N.C., race shop, Stewart-Haas Racing announced Aric Almirola as the driver of the No. 10 Smithfield Ford in 2018. Continue reading
The major story of Saturday night’s Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola – Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s final run at his beloved Daytona International Speedway in the No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet – turned out to be a footnote to Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s masterful victory in a war of attrition that produced a race-record 14 cautions.
The driver of the No. 17 Roush Fenway Racing Ford, who got his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory in his 158th career start two months ago at Talladega, established himself as a restrictor-plate wizard with his second straight superspeedway win, this one after three laps of overtime. Continue reading
Most people probably think the next chapter in Tony Stewart’s life begins on Sunday night, after he races his final laps in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
But from Stewart’s perspective, the next phase of his life starts on Saturday, a day before Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at 2:30 pm on NBC, his final race in NASCAR’s premier division.
Saturday is when he gets a new cell phone to replace the one stolen on Thursday night.
Someone presumed to be a pickpocket bumped into Stewart when he and his girlfriend stopped at a carnival on the way from Miami Beach to Homestead and pilfered the cell phone from the driver’s pocket. Continue reading