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By Toby Christie, NASCAR Editor It’s been almost four full seasons since Tony Stewart — one of NASCAR’s greatest drivers — reached victory lane. Stewart is in the midst of his final season on the circuit, and things as you may know by now, started off on the wrong foot after a severe back injury just weeks before the start of the season sidelined the driver of the No. 14 Chevrolet for nine races. If Stewart is wanting a storybook finish to his incredible NASCAR career, he will need toRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Writer With Brian Vickers locked into the No. 14 Chevrolet in relief of Tony Stewart for Daytona, the attention has focused on which driver will be behind the wheel for Stewart-Haas Racing next weekend at Atlanta and beyond. When the news that Stewart had been injured broke, one of the names that jumped to the top of the list was Ty Dillon, who will be driving in the NASCAR Xfinity Series full-time for Richard Childress Racing and in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series on a part-time basisRead More
By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service To say 2016 will be a year of enormous change in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racing is to understate the issue. NASCAR is rolling out a new competition package in its foremost division, one that features lower downforce. The aim is to make the Sprint Cup cars more difficult to drive, which in turn will put more control in the hands of the drivers. You’ll see dramatic changes on the track. Chase Elliott, a 20-year-old rookie, succeeds icon Jeff Gordon behind the wheel ofRead More