Tony Stewart finds a vehicle even Matt Kenseth can’t crash

Tony Stewart wheeled a vintage WWII tank as part of a media event at Charlotte Motor Speedway Tuesday. (Photo: Charlotte Motor Speedway)

 

Tony Stewart wheeled a vintage WWII tank as part of a media event at Charlotte Motor Speedway Tuesday. (Photo: Charlotte Motor Speedway)

Tony Stewart wasn’t a happy man last Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway.  While fighting for the lead of the race, the reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup series champion tangled with Matt Kenseth coming on the losing end by crashing out of the race.

Stewart, who  possesses a nearly legendary temper, showed his displeasure by throwing his helmet at Kenseth’s Ford shortly after. The helmet was of course unscathed, but Stewart’s anger was still boiling as he spoke to reporters shortly after.

“I’m going to run over him every chance I’ve got from now ‘til the end of the year,” Stewart said. “Every chance I’ve got.”  MORE>>>

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