Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 9/16/12

Tony Stewart is one of the most bold drivers in NASCAR, so it’s no surprise he conducts himself in a brazen manner when he’s around the track. Take for instance the screencap above. Yes, that’s Stewart playfully grabbing a handful of Kevin Harvick’s wife’s behind.

Stewart is good friends with the Harvicks and drove for their teams many years at Daytona until they shut down the team, so he obviously felt comfortable enough to sneak up on DeLana Harvick and get her with the grab. No word on what Kevin thought of Tony’s hands-on approach, but I know I wouldn’t be cool with another man grabbing my wife’s behind regardless of the circumstance. Maybe that’s one of the privileges of being the defending champ at Chicagoland.

DeLana later tweeted about the grab and seemed to find it funny:

And for the record if uncle tony wins today it’s not my fault!!! #sneakyassgraber

— DeLana Harvick (@DeLanaHarvick) September 16, 2012

Photo via Setinvestigates/Twitter

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

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