Tony Stewart wears many hats. As a three time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion he has obligations to keep. As part owner of Stewart-Haas Racing he also has to wear the “boss” hat as he helps run the operation for four NASCAR Sprint Cup teams including his. However, Stewart is also a track owner having purchased Eldora Speedway in Rossburg Oh. in 2004.
After lobbying NASCAR for several years, albeit in somewhat humorous manner , last year Stewart got what every track operator dreams of; a coveted date with one of NASCAR’s top touring series, the Camping World Truck Series. After a successful run last year the series returns this week. Stewart took time to meet with the media Monday ahead of this week’s Eldora race. He not only talked about the race but his recovery from a horrific injury last August in a sprint car crash, and his return to sprint car racing this past weekend. MORE>>
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