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Tony Stewart visited injured NASCAR fans in hospital


After crashing and finishing a disappointing 41st in Sunday's Daytona 500, Tony Stewart did not return home, but paid a visit to injured fans during Saturday's Nationwide Series race. A terrible crash on the last lap scattered debris into the stands, injuring dozens of spectators. Stewart, who won the race in which the crash occurred, spent more than two hours visiting ...
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