IMPERIAL, PA (July 24, 2017) - For the first time since February 11, 2012, and for the second time during his famed career, “Smoke” Tony Stewart is an Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions main event winner, this time taming “Dirt’s Monster Half-Mile” at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway to help end the 2017 edition of the I-79 Summer Shootout.
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July 25 2017
June 01 2017
LEVAN Machine & Truck Equipment bring
“SMOKE ON THE HILL” TO GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY;
TONY STEWART & RICO ABREU JOIN ALL STAR SPRINTS IN THUNDER SHOW THURSDAY, AUGUST 17
May 30 2017
I usually write these articles and tell the inside story of a Hoffman race. I will briefly do that, the important part of this story doesn’t involve on the track news. After a private test day, then practicing Wednesday last week, qualifying Thursday with a disappointing 21st starting position, we returned Friday to take advantage of more practice time. We found something for Tony Friday, did a full tank run and knew Tony was comfortable in the car and we had something for them.
March 21 2017
‘Smoke’ To Make Only 410 Sprint Car Indiana Start
In Arctic All-Stars Presented by Ford Performance Event
INDIANAPOLIS - (March 21, 2017) – There’s something special about racing in Indiana during the month of May and, for motorsports icon and Indiana native Tony Stewart, having at least one night of racing back home on his 2017 schedule was a must. Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing (TSR) announced today that Stewart will be part of the field for the May 19 Arctic Cat All-Stars (ASCoC) presented Ford Performance event at Kokomo (Indiana) Speedway.
February 14 2017
February 07 2017
Largest Network of Commercial Vehicle Dealerships Brand
Will Circle Dirt Tracks With “Smoke” in 2017
INDIANAPOLIS - (Feb. 7, 2017) - Rush Enterprises, which operates the largest network of commercial vehicle dealerships in North America, announced today a continuation of its relationship with motorsports icon Tony Stewart by sponsoring his Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing (TSR) team. The company’s Rush Truck Centers brand will serve as co-primary sponsor on the TSR No. 14 Rush Truck Centers/Arctic Cat J&J that Stewart will compete with in more than 50 dirt races in 2017.
February 02 2017
Leading Powersports Manufacturer Aligns with Tony Stewart Racing
INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 2, 2017) – For the past 20 years, Donny Schatz has attacked the terrain of dirt tracks all across the United States in his quest to become the best Sprint car racer in the world. The driver for Tony Stewart-Curb/Agajanian Racing (TSR) is coming off his eighth World of Outlaws (WoO) Craftsman Sprint Car Series championship and is looking to continue raising the bar this season in grassroots racing’s most challenging series with a new partner that shares his passion for reaching greatness and possesses a mindset without limits.
HOFFMAN RACING IS ANNOUNCING THAT “SMOKE” WILL RISE FROM THE COCKPIT OF THE ICONIC #69 AT THE 2017 LITTLE 500
January 23 2017
Loveland, OH (18 Jan, 2017) – Hoffman Auto Racing (HAR) is taking great pride today in
announcing that 3 time NASCAR Cup Series Champion, Indy Car Series Champion,
first ever USAC Triple Crown Champion and one of the greatest/ most versatile American
Race Car drivers in history, Tony Stewart, will drive the Mean Green, Lykins Energy
Solutions, Hoosier Tire, Purple Heart, Hoffman sprint car in the 2017 Little 500.
November 21 2016
The curtain came down to loud applause early Sunday evening at Homestead-Miami Speedway when Tony Stewart walked off the NASCAR stage for the final time as a Sprint Cup Series driver, ending a career that included three championships and 49 victories.
Stewart drove his No. 14 Always a Racer/Mobil 1 Chevrolet for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) to a 22nd-place finish in his 618th and final race on the 1.5-mile south Florida high banks Sunday in the sport’s 2016 season finale.
November 16 2016
KANNAPOLIS, North Carolina (Nov. 15, 2016) –After three NASCAR Sprint Cup titles, 49 victories and 618 starts, Tony Stewart will climb in his No. 14 Always a Racer/Mobil 1 Chevrolet for the final time in his 18-year career Sunday afternoon at Homestead-Miami Speedway and conclude what is destined to be a first-ballot Hall of Fame career.
But save the tears, race fans. He isn’t done driving and he isn’t going away.
“You’re going to see me driving a lot next year, but most of it will be on dirt,” Stewart said. “I kind of look at this as halftime of my career and I’ll still be around the NASCAR garage. I’ll just have more time. If I see Richard Petty or anyone else in the garage, I can go over and talk to him now and not have to worry about getting to the car or trying to figure out how to make my car go faster. I can focus now on what I want to do and my job at SHR (Stewart-Haas Racing.)”