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  • NASCAR To Require Drivers To Stay In Cars During Cautions

    STAFFORD – In the wake of the incident last Saturday involving NASCAR Sprint Cup Series star Tony Stewart, that led to the death of Sprint Car driver Kevin Ward Jr., NASCAR on Friday announced new rules overseeing the behavior of drivers during...
  • NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Tony Stewart's return to racing uncertain

    BROOKLYN, Mich. — Tony Stewart was the center of conversation Friday at Michigan International Speedway, though the three-time NASCAR champion was not at the track. Stewart opted not to race this weekend in the aftermath of the incident a week...
  • National Guard to end Earnhardt, Rahal sponsorship

    The National Guard is ending its sponsorship deals with Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and Graham Rahal in IndyCar. It was uncertain Wednesday night when the contract will end. The Guard announced on its website that it was pulling...
  • American heavyweight muscle match: Camaro Z28 vs Dodge Challenger Hellcat

    American heavyweight muscle match: Camaro Z28 vs Dodge Challenger Hellcat
    We like to think of the 1960s and early '70s as the glory days of the muscle car, but today marks a new golden age for American muscle. Modern muscle cars are pushing the performance envelope ever outward, and two new cars in particular can achieve...
  • Steve McQueen's Ferrari, others could total $450 million in Pebble Beach

    Steve McQueen's Ferrari, others could total $450 million in Pebble Beach
    Classic-car fans and collectors headed to next week’s Pebble Beach auctions may want to pack an extra checkbook: Almost half a billion dollars in sales are expected. Hagerty’s Insurance, which insures and tracks classic-car values, estimates...
  • Tony Stewart being investigated after driver dies in dirt-track racing incident

    Tony Stewart being investigated after driver dies in dirt-track racing incident
    NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart was involved in a fatal dirt-track racing incident on Saturday night at Canandaigua Motorsports Park in New York. The Ontario County (N.Y.) Sheriff's Department was investigating an on-track altercation that...
  • NASCAR's Tony Stewart hits, kills rival driver on N.Y. track

    A race car driver was killed Saturday night when he was hit while on foot by NASCAR driver Tony Stewart during a Canandaigua Motorsports Park event in New York. Amateur video of the incident shows racer Kevin Ward Jr. stepping toward Stewart's car at...
  • NASCAR's Tony Stewart hits, kills driver during dirt-track race

    NASCAR's Tony Stewart hits, kills driver during dirt-track race
    NASCAR driver Tony Stewart struck and killed another driver during a dirt-track sprint-car race on Saturday night in Canandaigua, N.Y. After initially planning to race in today's NASCAR Sprint Cup race despite Saturday's incident, Stewart changed course...
  • No charges expected after NASCAR's Tony Stewart runs over fellow driver, kills him

    No charges expected after NASCAR's Tony Stewart runs over fellow driver, kills him
    WATKINS GLEN — A New York County sheriff's office said Sunday there was no evidence at this time that would cause it to file criminal charges against Tony Stewart for running over and killing a driver at a dirt track a day earlier. "At this very...
  • Stewart: No words to describe sadness about accident

    WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. -- Tony Stewart withdrew from the Cheez-It 355 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on Sunday after being involved in a sprint car fatal incident at Saturday night Canandaigua Motorsports Park, a dirt track about an hour-and-a-half drive...
  • Racing tragedy robs everyone of a bright future

    Racing tragedy robs everyone of a bright future
    A race car driver died too young Saturday. Kevin Ward Jr. was killed on a sprint car track in New York after he was hit by a passing sprint car driven by NASCAR's Tony Stewart. Speculation and confusion surround the crash, and everyone wants answers....