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Tony Stewart: How Long Before ‘Smoke’ Wins a Race in 2011?

"Woulda, coulda, shoulda" may have been the mantra for Tony Stewart's performance, until he really came up short at Bristol Motor Speedway. He was second to Trevor Bayne on the final restart of the Daytona 500, but the draft of cars that streamed by relegated him to a 13th place finish. The second race of the season at Phoenix showed Stewart leading four times for 59 laps when the caution flag flew at the wrong time. His team strategy was out the window, leaving him in seventh place. Las Vegas then became the most frustrating for Stewart. He was dominant with 163 laps led during the race. The car was fast, allowing him to secure a four-second advantage, and then came the pit stop. As he pulled out of the pits, the air hose was trailing alon...

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