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Tony Stewart said Tuesday that ExxonMobil has renewed its multiyear sponsorship of both the three-time NASCAR champion and Stewart-Haas Racing.
Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart got a new crew chief Tuesday as both Stewart-Haas Racing and Roush Fenway Racing reorganized their competition departments.
Stewart-Haas Racing competition director Greg Zipadelli said that Mark Martin's 2014 role with the team "is not completely identified yet," but predicts the veteran will be a valuable addition.
Slowing down after his severe right leg injury certainly wasn't easy for Tony Stewart. But the same thing that drove him before drives him still. He's a racer, and he vows he'll be back soon.
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart is recovering from a third surgery on his right leg following an August crash at an Iowa sprint car track.
Quicken Loans will follow Ryan Newman to Richard Childress Racing as primary sponsor for 12 races next season.
Kevin Harvick will keep his Jimmy John's sponsorship when he moves to Stewart-Haas Racing in 2014.
It's been a rigorous first full Sprint Cup season for Danica Patrick, and the numbers prove it: With fewer than a dozen races left in this inaugural season, she has 1 pole, 1 top-10 finish and 5 laps led.
Ryan Newman does not believe Tony Stewart deceived him when he released him from Stewart-Haas Racing to make room for Kevin Harvick.
An upbeat Tony Stewart says he views his broken right leg as "a small bump in the road" and believes he's on pace to return to racing in time for next year's Daytona 500.
Gene Haas wanted to build a dream team, with an opportunity to see his name in Victory Lane. He wasn't going to let Tony Stewart stand in his way of making that happen.
What can we expect from Kurt Busch at Stewart-Haas? Should Kasey Kahne have wrecked Matt Kenseth? Is Jimmie Johnson in trouble? Will Brad Keselowski make the Chase?
Rodney Childers is out for the remainder of the season, and Scott Miller is in as the crew chief for the No. 55 Sprint Cup car at Michael Waltrip Racing.
Kurt Busch has signed a multiyear contract to drive for Stewart-Haas Racing, beginning with the 2014 season, Busch told ESPN.com Monday.
Kurt Busch will be sponsored by Haas Automation if he signs with Stewart-Haas Racing for the 2014 season.
Kevin Harvick will join a lineup of Danica Patrick and owner/driver Tony Stewart next season, but the team could expand to the series-maximum of four and is targeting 2004 series champion Kurt Busch.