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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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Report: NASCAR fans understand risks of attending races
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Veteran road racer Max Papis will compete in three NASCAR Nationwide Series races in 2013 for Richard Childress Racing. The three events will include two road course races and one oval ...
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NASCAR: Kyle Larson to race full-time in Nationwide Series this season
20-year-old Kyle Larson is headed straight to the Nationwide Series this year, bypassing the Truck series. Just one year after he drove a stock car for the first time, the young ...
Michael Waltrip Racing hires Chad Walter as director of race engineering
Chad Walter has joined Michael Waltrip Racing as director of race engineering, according to a report from Fox Sports. He will replace Steve Boyer, who joined Michael Waltrip Racing two seasons ...
NASCAR: Jimmie Johnson to enter Nationwide race at Phoenix with JR Motorsports
Jimmie Johnson will be Hendrick Motorsports' third driver that will drive in NASCAR Nationwide Series for JR Motorsports this year. With Kasey Kahne and Dale Earnhardt Jr. already coming over from ...
Former NASCAR driver Tyler Walker arrested after three-state high speed pursuit
Former NASCAR driver Tyler Walker was arrested in Utah this week after a high speed police chase that took place in three states. Suspended by NASCAR in 2007 for violating its ...
Rusty Wallace Racing to enter 10-15 NASCAR Nationwide Series races in 2013
Rusty Wallace Racing, which did not compete in the 2012 season because of a lack of sponsorship, hopes to enter 10-15 Nationwide Series races in 2013 with driver Steve Wallace. Steve ...

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