Found November 28, 2011 on From the Marbles:
In a move that could legitimately qualify as NASCAR karma, Steve Addington, former crew chief for Kurt Busch, will take over the same position for reigning Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Jo -- oh, wait, sorry, Tony Stewart. (Going to take a little getting used to, that.) Anyway, in all seriousness, Addington has just been named the crew chief for Stewart's No. 14 Office Depot/Mobil 1 team, effective right now. Addington won 16 Sprint Cup-level races while crewing for both Kyle Busch (12 wins) and Kurt Busch (4 wins), and if you heard any of Kurt Busch's radio transmissions, you know that Addington must have either alligator-thick skin or selective deafness. In his career, Addington has also crewed for J.J. Yeley and Bobby Labonte. Addington marks only the third crew chief Stewart has had in his championship career, after Greg Zipadelli and Darian Grubb, and to hear Stewart say it (at least in a press release), all will work out just fine: :I know Steve well and I know how he go...

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Steve Addington has been named crew chief for Tony Stewart and his Stewart-Haas Racing team. Addington, who spent the past two seasons with Penske Racing and driver Kurt Busch, has 16 Sprint Cup race victories as a crew chief. Stewart, with then crew chief Darian Grubb, won the 2011 Sprint Cup title. The Spartanburg, S.C., native is only the third crew chief Stewart has had during...

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Addington joins Stewart-Haas

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photo credit:  cia KANNAPOLIS, N.C., (Nov. 28, 2011) – Steve Addington, winner of 16 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races as a crew chief, has been named to the same position for three-time Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart and the No. 14 Office Depot/Mobil 1 team of Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) effective immediately.   The Spartanburg, S.C., native is only the third crew chief Stewart...

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