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Uphill Climb for 2015 Season Comeback Now Steeper for Tony Stewart After Daytona

Tony Stewart came into 2015 hoping to put the bad memories of the last two seasons behind him. Expectations were high, not just from Stewart and the Stewart-Haas Racing camp, but also his fans and the media. He came into Sunday’s race hoping to finally snap one of the most frustrating voids in his racing career, the inability to win the Daytona 500. He didn’t want to become this generation’s version of the late Dale Earnhardt, who needed 20 starts before finally capturing his first—and ultimately only—win in The Great American Race. Unfortunately, for the 17th straight year, Stewart came into and left Daytona in the same fashion: still without that prized Harley J. Earl Daytona 500 winner’s trophy. As a ...

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