“I told him, my joke to him was, he has had such a rough go of it and I feel so bad for him.
No one deserves all the things I feel like that he has had happen to him.
You are probably going to get married and have kids,’ and he fell back asleep.” Patrick also is looking for a bit more luck in 2016.Stewart, who retired [from NASCAR] after last season, declined comment after the dirt-track event out of respect for the Ward family and later said he didn't want his racing to even appear like he's "rubbing it in the Wards' faces." He plans to keep a low profile during the event, racing again Friday and Saturday at the three-eighths mile track.(read full article at the Associated Press), on Friday night, Stewart finished 21st in the A-Main (Bubba Raceway Park Facebook)(2-11-2017) UPDATE: Stewart withdrew from Saturday night's finale, which resulted in the release of this statement from his public relations representative: "Tony Stewart has scratched for the evening (Saturday night) and is reconsidering his schedule with the All Star Circuit of Champions due to his ownership of the series.Requirements of owning and managing the series supersede his own driving ambitions.Attorneys will meet Friday afternoon with a magistrate judge to discuss any settlement talks and options.[More](6-19-2017)Tony Stewart returning to Winged sprint car race: There's something special about racing in Indiana during the month of May and, for motorsports icon and Indiana native Tony Stewart, having at least one night of racing back home on his 2017 schedule was a must.Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing (TSR) announced today that Stewart will be part of the field for the May 19 Arctic Cat All-Stars (ASCo C) presented Ford Performance event at Kokomo (Indiana) Speedway.[More](3-22-2017)Stewart returns to Sprint Car Racing UPDATE: Tony Stewart has returned to sprint car racing, though his first race back provided him more frustration than frivolity.“So I’m sure when I turn it on, it’s going to be absolutely crazy.” Tony Stewart, born May 20, 1971, in Columbus, Ind., is a three time NASCAR Cup Series champion (2002, '05, 11), the 1997 Indy Racing League (Indy Car) champion and the 1995 USAC Triple Crown champion.