Best answer: Will Tony Stewart ever race again?

Last July, three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart, three-time Cup Series champion crew chief Ray Evernham, sports agent Sandy Montag and former NASCAR executive George Pyne announced the formation of the new Superstar Racing Experience stock car racing series for the 2021 season.

Is Tony Stewart coming back to racing?

New racing series led by Tony Stewart, Ray Evernham unveils 2021 schedule. Tony Stewart and Ray Evernham’s new racing series, Superstar Racing Experience, released its 2021 schedule Monday morning. The schedule features six races at dirt and short tracks on Saturdays in June and July.

Is Tony Stewart racing in 2021?

On October 14th, 2021, Tony announced that TSR will be joining the NHRA in 2022 with two full time entries: one in Top Fuel for Leah Pruett and one in Funny Car for Matt Hagan. … The 2022 NHRA season will kick off at Auto Club Raceway in Pomona, CA on February 17-20.

Is Tony Stewart leaving NASCAR?

After a 20-year NASCAR driving career, the last 18 of which were spent in the NASCAR Cup Series, Stewart retired from his NASCAR driving duties following the 2016 season to focus on his co-ownership of Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) with industrialist Gene Haas, and to partake in the kind of open-wheel dirt racing where his …

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Is Tony Stewart still part of Stewart-Haas Racing?

Not since between the 2015 and 2016 NASCAR Cup Series seasons have the four drivers who competed for Stewart-Haas Racing all returned to Stewart-Haas Racing the following year. After 2016, it was team co-owner Tony Stewart who retired, and Clint Bowyer took over behind the wheel of the #14 Chevrolet-turned-Ford.

Where is Tony Stewart now?

Now, Stewart is adding yet another section to his racing resume as the owner of a brand new NHRA team. On Thursday, Tony Stewart announced that he will join the NHRA as a car owner in 2022, fielding two full-time entries across two separate divisions under the Tony Stewart Racing banner.

Who will drive for Tony Stewart next year?

CONCORD, N.C. — Christiansburg driver Matt Hagan is going to have a new boss next year. Tony Stewart. Stewart, who fell in love with NHRA drag racing while tagging along with fiancée Leah Pruett at her races the past two seasons, will be an official part of the sport in 2022.

How much did Tony Stewart pay for Eldora Speedway?

Tony Stewart is bringing back the Eldora Million

Now, Stewart is paying homage to one of the gutsiest promotions ever by a small-town promoter. In February 2000, Baltes announced he would pay an unprecedented $1 million to the winner of a dirt late model race scheduled for the following October.

What is Tony Stewart’s new race series?

The Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) — the brainchild of NASCAR legends Tony Stewart and Ray Evernham — heads to Lucas Oil Raceway (outside Indianapolis) this weekend to kick off the second half of an inaugural six-race season that has so far exceeded even the highest expectations.

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How rich is Tony Stewart?

Tony Stewart

It is estimated that Stewart is worth approximately $100 million. Stewart has acclaimed great fame for being the only driver in racing history to win a championship in NASCAR, IndyCar racing, and Silver Crown cars.

Who owns the 98 xfinity car?

Biagi-DenBeste Racing

Owner(s) Fred & Greg Biagi (Biagi Brothers) Bill & Lori DenBeste
Base Kannapolis, North Carolina
Series Xfinity Series
Opened 2001

Is Gene Haas related to Carl Haas?

Haas also had experience in promoting, and had ownership in the Milwaukee Mile race track and the Houston Grand Prix race from 1998-2001. … Haas is not related to current NASCAR and Formula 1 team owner Gene Haas.

What race cars does Tony Stewart own?

According to The Associated Press, via, Stewart has purchased the All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series. Stewart’s latest acquisition is the first racing series he owns outright. Stewart also owns Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, and fields two World of Outlaws cars out of Tony Stewart Racing.