The defending NASCAR Sprint Cup champion did not leave Kentucky a happy man Saturday night. Coming off three top five finishes in the last three races including two second place finishes in the last two races, Tony Stewart was looking forward to a strong run in the Quaker State 400.
Friday however a subdued Stewart seemed a bit pessimistic about how his season has gone so far.
“I guess. I think some parts of it we are struggling with some parts we are doing alright with,” Stewart said. “The good thing and the thing I’m really proud of is our guys are very focused right now. They have had to work really hard this last month with the schedule so I feel like our guys are doing a really good job.” MORE>>>
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