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He has never finished worse than seventh in the final point standings.
Stewart will race anyone, anywhere, anytime -- and in any type of machine -- as his championships in the IRL, USAC (four) and go-karts (three) attest.
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“I like going to the tracks that don’t have walls around them,” Stewart said. It makes it a lot easier on equipment.” Blake Anderson, the All Star series announcer and marketing manager, said the circuit likely will come back to Brownstown again in 2017.
Stewart, who is set to retire from NASCAR as a driver after the Ford Eco Boost 400 on Nov.
“I’ve known Tony since he was about 17 or 18 years old,” said Barnett, who lives in Franklin. He’s a good friend, and we want to put him in a car every chance we get.” Stewart said his fondest memory at Brownstown Speedway was winning in Barnett’s car, which was built by CJ Rayburn.
In 1998, Stewart won the Kenny Simpson Memorial race in Brownstown — a big feat for the now three-time NASCAR Cup champ.
(Photo by Sarah Crabill/Getty Images)Thus far, all attempts are for not.
Two years later he was a local champion before taking his go-kart to the national level and winning titles in 19.
Stewart moved to three-quarter midgets and eventually the USAC series, when he followed his rookie of the year season in 1994 by becoming the first driver to win the circuit's Triple Crown with National Midget, Sprint and Silver Crown titles in 1995.
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