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A penalty to Jimmie Johnson helped Tony Stewart break out of a four-month slump to win Sunday’s FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks at Dover International Speedway. After Johnson was assessed a drive-through penalty for jumping the final restart, Stewart passed Juan Pablo
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Tony Stewart has never been one to hold back his emotions, and after his win at the FedEx 400 in Dover on Sunday the 2011 NASCAR champion certainly let fly. After Stewart’s first win since July 2012 (a span of 30 races), Stewart addressed the fact that there had been rumors about potential changes to his race team. He refuted all of those rumors, claiming the media simply made...
Tony Stewart took the checkered flag Sunday at Dover International Speedway for the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks. It was his 48th career win and third ever at Dover but only his first win since the July 2012 race at Daytona. Prior to his win, Stewart’s best finish came one week ago at Charlotte, where he finished seventh. There had been rumors floating around due to Stewart...
Jimmie Johnson has driven in NASCAR for 13 years, the guy should know better than to try and cheat on a restart. He know better than to pass the leader and he deserved to be black flagged. How a guy with Johnson’s experience could make this kind of mistake, is anyone’s guess. Johnson has won enough times to know the rules. He tried to break one in Dover and the NASCAR officials...
This past weekend NASCAR was at Dover International Speedway for the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks. Juan Montoya almost won on an oval, Tony Stewart got a much needed win and Jimmie Johnson took a race that was his for the taking and gave it away. Winners are big but losers are plentiful in this weeks edition of Winners and [...]
POINTS AFTER DOVER: After finishing 10th last week at Dover (Del.) International Speedway, Dale Earnhardt Jr. remains sixth in the championship standings. The driver of the No. 88 National Guard Chevrolet SS trails leader Jimmie Johnson by 75 points.
2013 STATISTICS: After 13 races in the 2013 season, Earnhardt has earned three top-five finishes and eight top-10s. His eight top-10...
All but lost in the flap over the penalty that cost Jimmie Johnson a probable victory was a 10th-place finish that kept Dale Earnhardt Jr. sixth in the Sprint Cup standings.
Earnhardt might well have done better than 10th, but he could never gain the track positions necessary to take advantage of an improving car.
We made our car better," Earnhardt said. "I felt like we...