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  • Fatal incident further clouds Tony Stewart's bid for NASCAR's Chase

    Fatal incident further clouds Tony Stewart's bid for NASCAR's Chase
    The incident in which Tony Stewart's car struck and killed another driver further clouds Stewart's ability to qualify for this year's NASCAR title playoff. Stewart's car struck the driver, 20-year-old Kevin Ward Jr., who was on foot on the track and...
  • Kevin Ward Jr. dies after being struck by Tony Stewart's car in race

    A day ago, few outside of Canandaigua, N.Y., knew or had ever heard of Kevin Ward Jr. Today, that’s not the case. Saturday night at Canandaigua Motorsports Park, Ward was struck by a sprint car driven by NASCAR veteran Tony Stewart. Ward was...
  • Tony Stewart: A temperamental NASCAR driver many fans love

    Tony Stewart: A temperamental NASCAR driver many fans love
    Tony Stewart is perhaps the most temperamental driver in NASCAR, a trait's that caused him to be involved in numerous run-ins with others during his career yet also has made him endearing to a legion of NASCAR fans. On Saturday night, Stewart struck...
  • NASCAR reacts to death of Kevin Ward Jr. in Tony Stewart accident

    NASCAR reacts to death of Kevin Ward Jr. in Tony Stewart accident
    Reaction to the death of Kevin Ward Jr. was predictable and heartfelt as NASCAR starts to figure out how to deal with this tragic situation. Ward was struck by a sprint car driven by NASCAR superstar Tony Stewart on Saturday night at Canandaigua...
  • NASCAR's Tony Stewart sits out race after hitting, killing driver

    NASCAR's Tony Stewart sits out race after hitting, killing driver
    The world of NASCAR stock-car racing was stunned by a bizarre incident in which star driver Tony Stewart's car struck and killed an up-and-coming driver during a non-NASCAR race in upstate New York. As the story and graphic amateur video of the sprint-...
  • Tony Stewart: 'There aren't words to describe the sadness I feel'

    Tony Stewart decided not to drive in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race Sunday at Watkins Glen, N.Y., following the death of Kevin Ward Jr. and issued a statement that in part said, "There aren't words to describe the sadness I feel about the accident."...
  • Tony Stewart undecided on racing in next NASCAR event, team says

    Tony Stewart has not yet decided if he will drive in this weekend's NASCAR race at Michigan International Speedway, a team spokesman said Monday. Stewart pulled out of Sunday's NASCAR race in Watkins Glen, N.Y., after his car struck and killed a 20-...
  • Daniel Ricciardo in Formula One title hunt is no longer laughable

    Daniel Ricciardo in Formula One title hunt is no longer laughable
    Two months ago the idea would have been laughable: Red Bull Racing's rookie Daniel Ricciardo winning the Formula One championship. Now, the notion still remains highly unlikely but not nearly so ludicrous. With Ricciardo's win at the Hungarian Grand...
  • Pocono Raceway to mark its NASCAR anniversary

    The closest thing to a North-of-the-Mason-Dixon-line event on NASCAR's Grand National Series in 1973 was a 500-miler at the Michigan International Speedway, which began staging races for stock car racing's Daytona, Fla., based series in 1969. Bill...
  • NASCAR's Tony Stewart needs another good day at Pocono

    "I'd hate to think I have to screw up every week to win a race." — Tony Stewart, June 7, 2009. Stewart came to Pocono Raceway in June 2009 as the points leader in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, and when qualifying was washed out by rain and the...
  • 2014 Pebble Beach: '54 Ferrari 375 MM wins Concours best of show award

    2014 Pebble Beach: '54 Ferrari 375 MM wins Concours best of show award
    A 1954 Ferrari 375 MM originally built for Italian filmmaker Roberto Rossellini was named best of show at the 64th Annual Concours d'Elegance in Pebble Beach, concluding the Monterey-area gathering of the world's most exotic and expensive automobiles....