Posts tagged: Tony Stewart

Sep 21 2007

Finally, Got to See the Prelude to the Dream

Well, I finally was able to see the Prelude to the Dream race at Eldora speedway tonight, they replayed it on Speed, and I got to see all the heat races and the main. It was pretty exciting watching Jeff Gordon come up and take position after position and then the lead from Carl Edwards, but, Gordon didn’t keep the lead for long as Edwards pulled the same move on him, diving down to the bottom and sliding up in front of each other for the pass.

And they were right, all these guys drove their hearts out for the Victory Junction Gang charity, I only wish I would’ve paid for it when it was on pay per view, but we didn’t get to for some reason, I don’t recall why. With Jeff Gordon running up front and vying for the lead after not being in one of these cars for 16 years, you have to give him props, he is a legend on motor sports and hopefully we will see him win his fifth Nascar championship this year.

Ken Schrader ran great, coming close a few times to getting around Gordon, Stewart ran great until the wreck between him and Kasey Kahne, and Juan Montoya running great for being in one of these cars for the first time. Really, really some impressive racing, and I am planning on taking that week off, getting there early, camping out and watching the Prelude next year.

Aug 13 2007

Jeff Gordon Spins, Gives Stewart 3rd Win Out of 4 Races

Tony Stewart wins at Watkins Glen
Looked like Jeff Gordon was going to collect his fifth win of the season and add those all important bonus points going into the chase, but it was not to be, he came in to hot and ended up spinning out on the next to last lap in front of Tony Stewart, giving Tony his third win of the year and 3rd out of the last 4, and marking a huge turn around by the 20 team. The exact type of spin had happened to Tony earlier, the only difference was he had enough time to make all the lost positions back up, something the dominant Gordon was unable to do.

Tony Stewart took advantage of a stunning mistake by Jeff Gordon with two laps to go Sunday and won the Centurion Boats at The Glen at Watkins Glen International.

Gordon, who started from the pole and led a race-high 51 laps, seemed to have his 10th road course victory in hand, but he spun out on his own heading into the first turn with Stewart a couple of car-lengths behind and finished ninth.

“I was driving hard,” a dejected Gordon said after climbing from his No. 24 Chevrolet. “I just overdrove going into one. It was just stupid. I knew I had to push because Tony was really good.” Source: Gordon’s spinout leaves Stewart out front at Glen

This gives Tony three wins with Gordon and Johnson both having four each and will bring him within 10 points of both of them when the chase officially begins. Juan Pablo Montoya and Kevin Harvick had a little run in with less than 20 laps, Martin Truex Jr. tapped Montoya from behind and had him loose going into the curve, he hit Harvick and they both spun out and collected Jeff Burton. Harvick got out to say something to Montoya, but it looked to me like Juan would have none of it, shoving Harvick back. Harvick later talked about kicking his ass, but I think ol Juan might have something for him, as Kevin wasn’t pushing back to hard. Probably would’ve been either a decent scrap or a girl’s fight, but I guess we’ll never know.

Here is how they finished:

1 5 20 Tony Stewart Chevrolet The Home Depot 190/5 90 Running
2 2 11 Denny Hamlin Chevrolet FedEx Ground 170/0 90 Running
3 7 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet Lowe’s 165/0 90 Running
4 26 96 Ron Fellows Chevrolet DLP HDTV 160/0 90 Running
5 29 7 Robby Gordon Ford Jim Beam 155/0 90 Running
6 12 1 Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet Bass Pro Shops / Tracker 150/0 90 Running
7 8 5 Kyle Busch Chevrolet CARQUEST / Kellogg’s 146/0 90 Running
8 6 99 Carl Edwards Ford Office Depot 142/0 90 Running
9 1 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet DuPont 148/10 90 Running
10 16 16 Greg Biffle Ford Nintendo Wii 134/0 90 Running
11 13 2 Kurt Busch Dodge Miller Lite 130/0 90 Running
12 3 17 Matt Kenseth Ford DEWALT 127/0 90 Running
13 15 12 Ryan Newman Dodge Kodak think: 124/0 90 Running
14 39 21 Boris Said Ford Little Debbie 121/0 90 Running
15 19 25 Casey Mears Chevrolet National Guard / GMAC 118/0 90 Running
16 11 07 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet Jack Daniel’s 115/0 90 Running
17 23 19 Elliott Sadler Dodge Dodge Dealers / UAW 112/0 90 Running
18 21 18 J.J. Yeley Chevrolet Interstate Batteries 109/0 90 Running
19 31 15 Paul Menard * Chevrolet Quaker State / Menards 106/0 90 Running
20 32 66 Jeff Green Chevrolet Haas Automation / Best Buy 103/0 90 Running
21 25 40 David Stremme Dodge Coors Light 100/0 90 Running
22 40 10 Patrick Carpentier Dodge Valvoline / Stanley Tools 102/5 90 Running
23 34 70 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet Haas Automation 94/0 90 Running
24 20 43 Bobby Labonte Dodge Cheerios / Betty Crocker 96/5 90 Running
25 41 00 P.J. Jones Toyota Burger King 88/0 90 Running
26 28 9 Kasey Kahne Dodge Dodge Dealers / UAW 85/0 90 Running
27 42 36 Jeremy Mayfield Toyota 360 OTC 87/5 90 Running
28 24 41 Reed Sorenson Dodge Target 79/0 90 Running
29 37 44 Dale Jarrett Toyota UPS 76/0 90 Running
30 38 55 Terry Labonte Toyota NAPA Auto Parts 73/0 90 Running
31 43 78 Kenny Wallace Chevrolet Furniture Row Racing 70/0 90 Running
32 22 6 David Ragan * Ford AAA Insurance 67/0 90 Running
33 30 38 David Gilliland Ford M&M’s 64/0 90 Running
34 17 26 Jamie McMurray Ford Crown Royal 66/5 89 Running
35 35 22 Dave Blaney Toyota Caterpillar 58/0 88 Running
36 9 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Shell / Pennzoil 55/0 84 Off Track
37 10 01 Regan Smith Chevrolet U.S. Army 52/0 82 Running
38 27 88 Ricky Rudd Ford Snickers / EA SPORTS NASCAR 08 49/0 77 Running
39 18 42 Juan Montoya * Dodge Wrigley’s Big Red 46/0 73 Running
40 4 31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet AT&T Mobility 43/0 72 Out of Race
41 36 83 Brian Vickers Toyota Red Bull 40/0 69 Running
42 14 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet Budweiser 37/0 63 Running
43 33 45 Kyle Petty Dodge Marathon American Spirit Motor Oil 34/0 56 Running

Jul 31 2007

Tony Stewart Fined for Bad Language

If you watched the race at Indianapolis this past weekend and heard Tony Stewart’s victory interview, then you probably heard him say a mild cuss word. Well, looks like Nascar still doesn’t like cussing on TV as they have fined Tony Stewart 25 driver points and $25,000 and Joe Gibbs has been fined 25 car owner points. He is still in the fifth position with 2599 points.

Stewart violated Section 12-4-A of the series rule book (actions detrimental to stock car racing) by using the inappropriate language.

Jul 29 2007

Tony Stewart Wins at the Brickyard, Again

Tony Stewart wins at the Brickyard
Tony Stewart wins the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard, running strong all day long, coming from the back in the beginning, and running up front or leading the rest of the way. This is his second win at Indy, his first came in 2005, which was also the last time he won the championship, and, as a matter of fact, 6 of the lat 9 winners at Indianapolis Motor speedway have gone on to win the cup that year. On the Nascar.com site, they said this makes Tony the favorite to win, while I don’t agree with that, it does certainly help him and get him going as this is also his second win in a row, and also the last time he won at Indy, he won the following race in Pocono.

There was some excitement at the end there, as he and Kevin Harvick battled for the lead, giving each other rubber donuts and scrapes on the side of each others cars. Kevin Harvick even gave him a passing shot after he won, don’t worry folks, no feud here, just two drivers who really like each other and really like racing each other.

But he found peace at the Brickyard with his electric 2005 breakthrough victory, and this time made it look easy. Stewart led a race-high 66 of the 160 laps, but was passed by 2003 winner Kevin Harvick on a restart with 20 to go.

He never panicked as he chased down Harvick, even taunting his friend over the radio. “Here, kitty, kitty, kitty,” he called. “Come get you some of this.”

The two-time series champion closed onto Harvick’s bumper and made at least two attempts to pass, only to be rebuffed as Harvick held tight. Stewart finally powered alongside of him with 10 to go, but Harvick wouldn’t relent and the two Chevrolets touched as they drag-raced around the historic 2.5-mile oval.

“I just went down there on the restart and got real, real tight for some reason,” Stewart said. “Kevin got by us and I knew after 15 laps I could get around him. So I was just trying to be patient, got a good run on him off of [Turn] 1 and got by him.

“That’s a hard guy to race there. He’s a clean guy. That’s one of my best friends.” Source: Calm, cool Stewart puts out the ‘kitty’ at Indianapolis

I was pretty sure they were good friends, but this year, it’s just hard to tell who Tony is going to get mad at race in and race out, so you never know. Dale Earnhardt Jr. looked like he was going to solidify his position in 12th, but his engine blew and the competition ended up getting closer.

Here is how they finished:
1 14 20 Tony Stewart Chevrolet The Home Depot 195/10 160 Running
2 2 42 Juan Montoya Dodge Texaco / Havoline 170/0 160 Running
3 21 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet DuPont 165/0 160 Running
4 18 5 Kyle Busch Chevrolet Kellogg’s / CARQUEST 165/5 160 Running
5 1 41 Reed Sorenson Dodge Target / Maxwell House 160/5 160 Running
6 13 01 Mark Martin Chevrolet U.S. Army 150/0 160 Running
7 20 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Reese’s / Elvis 151/5 160 Running
8 7 31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet AT&T Mobility 142/0 160 Running
9 27 22 Dave Blaney Toyota Caterpillar 138/0 160 Running
10 31 17 Matt Kenseth Ford DEWALT 134/0 160 Running
11 6 2 Kurt Busch Dodge Miller Lite 130/0 160 Running
12 33 1 Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet Bass Pro Shops / Tracker 127/0 160 Running
13 26 07 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet Jack Daniel’s 124/0 160 Running
14 40 4 Ward Burton Chevrolet State Water Heaters / Lucas Oil 121/0 160 Running
15 8 16 Greg Biffle Ford Dish Network 123/5 160 Running
16 30 6 David Ragan Ford AAA Insurance 115/0 160 Running
17 38 38 David Gilliland Ford M&M’s 112/0 160 Running
18 35 99 Carl Edwards Ford Office Depot 109/0 160 Running
19 29 43 Bobby Labonte Dodge Totino’s Pizza Rolls 106/0 160 Running
20 28 15 Paul Menard Chevrolet Menards / Johns Manville 103/0 160 Running
21 25 83 Brian Vickers Toyota Red Bull 100/0 160 Running
22 10 11 Denny Hamlin Chevrolet FedEx Kinko’s 97/0 159 Running
23 32 21 Bill Elliott Ford Little Debbie 94/0 159 Running
24 37 88 Ricky Rudd Ford Snickers 91/0 159 Running
25 36 49 Ken Schrader Dodge Paralyzed Veterans of America 88/0 159 Running
26 12 40 David Stremme Dodge Target 85/0 158 Running
27 42 7 Robby Gordon Ford Johns Manville / Menards 82/0 157 Running
28 17 19 Elliott Sadler Dodge Dodge Dealers / UAW 79/0 155 Running
29 16 10 Scott Riggs Dodge Stanley Tools / Valvoline 76/0 154 Running
30 43 55 Terry Labonte Toyota NAPA Auto Parts 73/0 150 Running
31 22 33 Scott Wimmer Chevrolet Holiday Inn 70/0 145 Running
32 41 45 Kyle Petty Dodge Marathon American Spirit Motor Oil 67/0 141 Off Track
33 15 26 Jamie McMurray Ford Crown Royal 64/0 138 Off Track
34 4 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet Budweiser 66/5 136 Out of Race
35 9 25 Casey Mears Chevrolet National Guard / GMAC 58/0 132 Off Track
36 23 18 J.J. Yeley Chevrolet Interstate Batteries 55/0 120 Off Track
37 39 70 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet Radioactive Energy Drink 52/0 100 Off Track
38 34 00 David Reutimann Toyota Burger King / The Simpsons Movie 49/0 92 Out of Race
39 19 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet Lowe’s 46/0 60 Out of Race
40 5 9 Kasey Kahne Dodge Dodge Dealers / UAW 43/0 39 Out of Race
41 11 96 Tony Raines Chevrolet DLP HDTV 40/0 39 Out of Race
42 3 12 Ryan Newman Dodge ALLTEL 37/0 20 Out of Race
43 24 66 Jeff Green Chevrolet Haas Automation 34/0 13 Out of Race

Jul 16 2007

Tony Stewart Wins in Chicago

Tony Stewart wins in Chicagoland
Tony Stewart finally broke the drought, and he did it without getting into it with anyone, well, at least that I noticed. Tony Stewart wins the USG Sheetrock 400 at Chicagoland Speedway shortly after mending the fence with teammate Denny Hamlin.

Tony Stewart is a winner again.

And one day after a brief but intense lecture from Joe Gibbs, Stewart says his rift with teammate Denny Hamlin has been patched.

Stewart won the Nextel Cup race at Chicagoland Speedway on Sunday, breaking a 20-race winless streak that dated to last season and turning around what had otherwise been a tumultuous week for the two-time series champion.

Between the bad breaks that cost him possible victories earlier in the year and this week’s high-profile feud with Hamlin, Stewart seemed more relieved than elated by the victory — though he still managed to climb the front stretch fence in celebration. Source: Stewart ends tough week with first victory of season

Jimmie Johnson, who was running second at the time, hit the wall with 45 laps to go, with gave second to Matt Kenseth, who almost got Tony on one restart, but Tony held him off with Matt saying that was about his only chance. Carl Edwards finished third, Kevin Harvick fourth and pole sitter Casey Mears finished fifth. Tony’s last win came on Nov. 5, 2006, at Texas Motor Speedway, with DEI struggling and Hendrick motorsports highest finisher at 5th, I saw some articles proclaiming that they are closing the gap on the Hendrick’s cars, but, even if they are, Gordon still gained about 15 points over second place Denny Hamlin.

Here is how they finished:

1 19 20 Tony Stewart Chevrolet The Home Depot 195/10 267 Running 342,161
2 10 17 Matt Kenseth Ford USG Sheetrock 175/5 267 Running 255,566
3 25 99 Carl Edwards Ford Office Depot 165/0 267 Running 179,625
4 14 29 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Shell / Pennzoil 165/5 267 Running 192,986
5 1 25 Casey Mears Chevrolet National Guard / GMAC 160/5 267 Running 151,375
6 35 2 Kurt Busch Dodge Miller Lite 155/5 267 Running 150,133
7 23 31 Jeff Burton Chevrolet AT&T Mobility 146/0 267 Running 142,141
8 3 12 Ryan Newman Dodge Mobil 1 142/0 267 Running 136,025
9 11 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet Nicorette / DuPont 138/0 267 Running 144,086
10 7 07 Clint Bowyer Chevrolet Jack Daniel’s 139/5 267 Running 111,725
11 33 16 Greg Biffle Ford Aflac 130/0 267 Running 111,875
12 22 41 Reed Sorenson Dodge Target 127/0 267 Running 123,233
13 6 5 Kyle Busch Chevrolet CARQUEST / Kellogg’s 124/0 267 Running 108,875
14 4 01 Mark Martin Chevrolet U.S. Army 121/0 267 Running 118,408
15 30 42 Juan Montoya * Dodge Wrigley’s Big Red 118/0 267 Running 130,575
16 42 38 David Gilliland Ford M&M’s 115/0 267 Running 124,264
17 13 11 Denny Hamlin Chevrolet FedEx Express 112/0 267 Running 106,450
18 9 45 John Andretti Dodge National Tire & Battery 109/0 267 Running 104,808
19 5 8 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chevrolet Budweiser 111/5 267 Running 131,658
20 12 43 Bobby Labonte Dodge Cheerios / Betty Crocker 103/0 266 Running 129,136
21 41 88 Ricky Rudd Ford Pedigree 100/0 266 Running 119,683
22 18 70 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet Yellow Trans. 97/0 266 Running 87,950
23 37 14 Sterling Marlin Chevrolet Waste Management 94/0 266 Running 99,858
24 40 96 Tony Raines Chevrolet DLP HDTV 91/0 265 Running 95,050
25 32 6 David Ragan * Ford AAA Insurance 88/0 265 Running 122,525
26 20 36 Jeremy Mayfield Toyota 360 OTC 85/0 265 Running 82,025
27 29 66 Jeff Green Chevrolet Comcast 82/0 265 Running 102,072
28 17 21 Bill Elliott Ford Little Debbie 79/0 265 Running 103,339
29 27 13 Joe Nemechek Chevrolet CertainTeed 76/0 264 Running 83,625
30 28 55 Michael Waltrip Toyota NAPA Auto Parts 73/0 264 Running 80,875
31 26 49 Chad Chaffin Dodge Paralyzed Veterans of America 70/0 263 Running 80,175
32 24 9 Kasey Kahne Dodge Dodge Dealers / UAW 67/0 262 Running 127,166
33 31 19 Elliott Sadler Dodge Dodge Dealers / UAW 64/0 260 Running 101,570
34 38 40 David Stremme Dodge TUMS 61/0 257 Engine 79,575
35 36 18 J.J. Yeley Chevrolet Interstate Batteries 58/0 243 Accident 107,258
36 39 7 Robby Gordon Ford Jim Beam 55/0 225 Running 79,150
37 8 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet Lowe’s 57/5 222 Accident 132,861
38 34 26 Jamie McMurray Ford Crown Royal 49/0 214 Running 86,700
39 2 1 Martin Truex Jr. Chevrolet Bass Pro Shops / Tracker 51/5 211 Engine 104,845
40 15 22 Dave Blaney Toyota Caterpillar 43/0 199 Accident 86,280
41 43 4 Ward Burton Chevrolet Lucas Oil / State Water Heaters 40/0 197 Accident 78,080
42 16 15 Paul Menard * Chevrolet Turtle Wax Ice / Menards 37/0 132 Running 77,910
43 21 00 David Reutimann * Toyota Burger King 34/0 43 Engine 77,976

Jul 14 2007

Denny Hamlin & Tony Stewart Problems Continue

We hadn’t heard anything official in way of a response from Denny Hamlin concerning Tony Stewart’s comments after their wreck this week, until today, and he’s saying exactly what I said, “Tony threw me under the bus.”

Despite the fact that video replays clearly show Stewart appearing to cause the accident by hitting Hamlin from behind, Stewart claimed it was the result of Hamlin driving a slower car and refusing to get out of his way. The Joe Gibbs Racing teammates were running 1-2 at the time. (read more)

Stewart also claimed that Hamlin had attempted to wreck him one day earlier during practice for the Pepsi 400, and closed by openly questioning whether the younger Hamlin understood the meaning of being a teammate.

“Sure it disappointed me. It definitely did,” Hamlin said. “Even if it had been a situation where I would have wrecked him from behind, he still shouldn’t have thrown me as far under the bus as he did.

“But I was the guy in front.” Source: Hamlin vents frustration over teammate Stewart

In his weekly radio show, here, Tony Stewart kept on talking like Denny was in the wrong, he even said there were things he, Denny, could do differently as a teammate. I wish I knew what Tony was smoking. The guy asking him the questions even knew he was full of it, he kept saying stuff like now, don’t shoot the messenger and I have to ask this. I wonder if Tony thinks they have a pecking order and that Denny should move aside and let him pass?

Here is the video of the incident, judge for yourself.

Denny said he was planning on talking to Stewart about it today, Tony kept telling the press he wasn’t talking about it to them and would not comment on whether he would talk to Denny or not. Denny also said, “I think at the time neither Joe nor J.D. had really seen a pretty good replay. I don’t think they had realized,” Hamlin said. “We’ve talked since then and I think they realize exactly what happened. Millions and millions of people watching with their opinions know what happened. You know, let them judge.

“I don’t need to sit there and blame Tony. There is no need in that.”

Jun 07 2007

Prelude to the Dream Videos

Finally found some videos from the Prelude to the Dream at Eldora Speedway in Ohio. This is Tony Stewarts dirt track and there is even a video of him getting the track ready for the race. I hope he releases it on video or something so we can see the whole thing.

Here is a short video of the battle for the lead between Jeff Gordon and Carl Edwards, the eventual winner.

Jun 06 2007

Carl Edwards Wins in Eldora

Carl Edwards, who started second, raced to the lead and held off Jeff Gordon and Kyle Busch to win the third annual Prelude to the Dream race at Eldora Speedway this evening. The event featured 26 drivers, each driving a 2,300-pound late-model stock car packing over 800 horsepower, while about 20,000 people jammed the small grandstand, surrounding stands and grassy hillsides to watch the spectacle.

“It’s just unreal,” Edwards said, referring to how close the race was and how Gordon and Busch pressed him. “I’ve sweated out a lot of finishes in a dirt car when you can’t see behind you. I knew they were right there on my tail though.”

“I was right in the middle there, and Carl got back by me on the bottom,” Gordon said. “I just lost a little bit of momentum there and just wasn’t able to get it back.”

“I picked up a lot of respect for the guys that run in dirt,” said Montoya, who finished 15th. “It’s very hard to appreciate how tough it is. It takes a lot.” Source: Edwards outruns other NASCAR drivers at charity duel in the dirt

Here is how they finished:

1. Carl Edwards
2. Kyle Busch
3. Jeff Gordon
4. Ken Schrader
5. Clint Bowyer
6. Kasey Kahne
7. Matt Kenseth
8. J.J. Yeley
9. David Reutiman
10. Mark Martin
11. Aric Almirola
12. Dave Blaney
13. Kenny Wallace
14. Kevin Harvick
15. Juan Montoya
16. Denny Hamlin
17. Red Farmer
18. Ryan Newman
19. Cruz Pedregon
20. Mike Wallace
21. Bobby Labonte
22. Tony Stewart
23. Ray Evernham
24. Ron Capps

Who would’ve thought Ray Evernham and Ron Capps would’ve been in the back? I know I did. ;)

Jun 06 2007

Prelude to the Dream

Tony Stewart bought the Eldora Speedway, originally called “Auto Racing’s Showcase since 1954″, from original owners Earl and Berneice Baltes in November 2004. The owner said he only sold it to Stewart because he is a true racer, he raced there, had been there as a car owner and as a spectator. Tonight at 6:30 pm you can see the pre-race show on Nascar.com, here, but the event will cost you money as it is on Pay Per View.

Why on Pay Per View? Check out the line up.

Five former Cup champions are scheduled to participate: Bill Elliott (1988), Jeff Gordon (1995, 1997, 1998, 2001), Bobby Labonte (2000), Tony Stewart (2002, 2005), Matt Kenseth (2003).

Three Daytona 500 winners are scheduled to participate: Elliott (1985), Gordon (1997, 1999, 2005), Kevin Harvick (2007).

Drag racing standouts Ron Capps and Cruz Pedregon will compete. Capps has 25 career NHRA victories and has finished second in Funny Car points three times (1998, 2000, 2005). Pedregon won the 1992 NHRA Funny Car title and has 27 career victories.

The elite group of drivers in the field have combined for a staggering 579 victories in Cup (269), Busch (176), Truck (33), Formula One (7), Indy (14), IROC (28) and NHRA (52)competition.

A total of 24 major championships have been won by drivers scheduled to participate.

Jeff Gordon will return to Eldora for the first time in since 1991 when he won the Midget portion of the USAC 4-Crown Nationals. Source: Racing on Eldora’s dirt path special for big-time drivers

It should really be a good event to watch, as most of the drivers say they would do it just to win, or for a six pack, hehe. At the very least you’ll be helping raise money for the Victory Junction Gang, which benefits disabled and disadvantaged children.

Jun 05 2007

Tony Stewart Talks About Dover Incident

Looking for the videos from 2008′s Daytona action? Click here.

You just knew Tony Stewart would talk about the incident at Dover with Kurt Busch in the pits, didn’t you? In this video from Bumps Notes, Tony Stewart Fires Back, he says pretty much the same thing he said on TV, Kurt Busch hasn’t been giving him room or let him go, so he didn’t let Kurt Busch go, and they wrecked, or he wrecked Kurt, however you want to look at it. Personally, I think both of them are a couple of the biggest whiners in Nascar, please, Tony’s pet peeve is the new guys don’t let him go? You reap what you sow. He did say he was only mad about Kurt almost hitting his crew member, and that if Kurt had a problem with him, he should come to him about it. Well, we know Kurt won’t do that, hell, he called the cops on Jimmy Spencer, what a wuss.

There’s some bonus coverage at the end with Tony talking about the Eldora dirt track. Check it out, it’s a good video.

Lots of these great videos I have posted recently are made by Joseph Foster of Insider Racing News, check it out, lots of great news and info.

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