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Tony Stewart wins charity race- KC camp to receive at least $1 million

Tony Stewart led all 30 laps Wednesday night at the Old Spice Prelude to the Dream, capturing his second victory at the fourth annual dirt late-model charity race at Eldora Speedway.

 

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Tony Stewart Looks to Reclaim Championship Form in Final Season

Tony Stewart Looks to Reclaim Championship Form in Final Season

 

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Tony Stewart Preview

A quick look at Tony Stewart

Related Topics: Tony Stewart, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup, Kansas Speedway

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Part 1: A look at the final nine Sprint Cup Series races and impact on the Chase

With nine races left before the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup begins, there are still plenty of spots available for drivers but time is quickly running out. Eleven drivers have wins which leaves five spots currently up for grabs. Unfortunately for those vying for those five spots, many of the drivers with wins consistently have strong performances at the remaining tracks. Part one of this series will take a look at the first five of the remaining nine races and who performs well at the tracks.

 

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Chase Notebook: Chicagoland

The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup begins this Sunday at Chicago. Here are a few notes heading into the first race of the Round of 16.

 

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Stewart Gambles on Tires and Wins at Kansas Speedway

Tony Stewart wins second race at Kansas Speedway

Related Topics: 2009 Kansas 400

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Kansas Speedway Hosting Office Depot Chamber Day

Kansas Speedway will host its seventh annual Office Depot Chamber Day during O’Reilly Auto Parts Qualifying Day on Friday, Oct. 2.

Related Topics: 2009 OReilly Auto Parts Qualifying Day

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Charity race benefits KC camp

The Victory Junction Gang Camp set to be constructed in Wyandotte County looks to benefit from the fourth annual Old Spice Prelude to the Dream charity race, which has set a goal to raise $1 million for the project.

 

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Update on the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Standings

After 20 races, there are 11 drivers eligible for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Following Kyle Busch’s fourth victory of the season on Sunday at Indianapolis, there are still plenty of drivers vying for those final five spots. At this time, the 11 drivers in the Chase grid are: Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, Kevin Harvick, Kurt Busch, Joey Logano, Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin and Tony Stewart.

 

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