Tony Stewart will not race Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee, the third Sprint Cup race he’s skipped since his car struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr.
Joe Gibbs is waiting for Tony Stewart to emerge from seclusion to reach out to his former driver.
NASCAR has added a new rule telling drivers to not approach the track or moving vehicles after accidents.
The executive vice president of Stewart-Haas Racing says Tony Stewart is grieving — and it will be up to the star driver to decide when he’s ready to get back in the car.
Everyone’s taking up the ice bucket challenge. But some people in the sports world need ice water dumped on them.
Stewart announced the decision not to race in a statement Thursday. His plans for the rest of the season have not yet been determined.
Kevin Ward Jr.’s father and fellow racers want him remembered as a talented and aggressive driver who had a bright future in the sport rather than as a victim in an accident.
Head Honcho at TMS, Eddie Gossage calls into the show for insight on the Tony Stewart incident from Saturday night
Kevin Ward Jr. died of blunt force trauma when he was hit by a car driven by NASCAR star Tony Stewart.
While many fans are outraged that three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart struck and killed a driver on Saturday, some North Texas dirt track drivers have been quick to defend their fellow drivers and their sport.
Stewart struck and killed a driver who had climbed from his car and was on the darkened dirt track trying to confront Stewart during a race Saturday.
Tony Stewart was back in a sprint car on Friday night, winning a race in the same series that he raced in when he broke two bones in his right leg. His runs were posted online.