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Kurt Busch went on a tirade following his early exit from the final NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Homestead.He has since apologized but had been fined $50,000 from NASCAR due to his actions. When Busch attempted to turn his car into the garage he was initially blocked by an SUV that was at the track due to the presence of first lady Michelle Obama. Busch responded by giving the SUV...

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Addington joins championship team

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...

Addington named crew cheif for Stewart

Tony Stewart won five of the last ten races en-route to the 2011 NASSCAR Sprint Cup Championship with crew chief Darian Grubb. Unfortunately for Grubb he was ousted as the crew chief for Stewart following the race at Charlotte. Addington left his position at Penske Racing where he served as the crew chief for Kurt Busch. Busch won two races during the 2011 season. Addington and Busch...

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Addington joins Stewart-Haas

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Smoke Tabs Old Joe Gibbs Racing Buddy To Fill Crew Chief Role

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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