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Should NASCAR Allow Drivers to Compete in Other Series?

How many of us have watched our boss do something that we question, even if we want to tell him something for his or her own good, yet we don't say anything for fear of how he or she would react? Tony Stewart doesn't have that problem. He is the boss at Stewart-Haas Racing, and he's going to do what he wants. If Stewart wants to go racing in either a sprint car or some other ilk of four wheels other than a NASCAR Sprint Cup or Nationwide Series ride, he's going to do it. There's no one to tell him he might be making a mistake—certainly not himself. That end result only adds to the unfortunate situation Stewart experienced when he broke his right leg in two key places—the tibia and fibula—when he wrecked in an otherwise no...

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