Kurt Busch, responding to reports that he has a formal contract offer from Stewart Haas Racing to drive a fourth Sprint Cup entry for the organization in 2014, told ESPN.com he has multiple opportunities for next season.
Tony Stewart may be resting at home after breaking his right leg in two places Aug. 5 in a sprint car accident, but Stewart-Haas racing competition director doesn't make it sound like Stewart's doing it comfortably.
When David Reutimann's car came to a complete stop on the Martinsville Speedway track with a less than three laps remaining Sunday, it brought out a caution that ultimately altered the outcome of the event.
Greg Zipadelli, the crew chief who paired with Tony Stewart to win the 2002 and 2005 Sprint Cup Series championships, will reunite with his former driver at Stewart-Haas in 2012 as the organization's competition director, the team announced.
Barring an unforeseen scheduling hiccup, two-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart and 2008 Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton will swap racecars in an exhibition later this year, Stewart-Haas Racing spokesman Mike Arning confirmed Saturday
Will Tony Stewart be ready for the challenge of being an owner and driver? He believes -- with a solid foundation under him and Ryan Newman behind the wheel of Stewart-Haas Racing's second car -- he is, writes Marty Smith.
Driver and owner Tony Stewart knows he carries a lot more responsibility now as the face of Stewart-Haas Racing. Luckily for him, his philosophy -- to drive for wins every week -- doesn't have to change, writes Marty Smith.
Longtime Sprint Cup Series team executive Jay Frye has been offered a contract by Stewart-Haas Racing, and is mulling a departure from Team Red Bull before season's end to accept a management position at SHR, ESPN.com has learned.
Darian Grubb, engineering manager for Hendrick Motorsports' Nos. 5 and 88 Chevrolets, is the lead candidate for the crew chief position for Tony Stewart's No. 14 Chevrolet in 2009, sources close to Stewart-Haas Racing told ESPN.com on Saturday.