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What Tony Stewart’s Crash and Surgery Means for Remainder of NASCAR Season

Former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart underwent surgery Monday night to repair a broken tibia and fibula in his right leg after he was involved in a wreck during a sprint car race at Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa, Iowa, per David Caraviello of This injury will force Stewart out of this week’s race at Watkins Glen at the very least, per Jeff Gluck and Andy Hamilton of the USA Today, and will cost the veteran any hopes of making the Chase for the Championship this season. Stewart currently sits 11th in the points standings, with only the top 12 making NASCAR’s postseason. The No. 14 team will have another driver fill in while Stewart is on the mend, but he will not earn points in the individual st...

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