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Will Tony Stewart’s Last Season Be Celebrated or Largely Forgettable?

I traveled the country writing about NASCAR for 20 years, 1993-2012. Tony Stewart didn't arrive at NASCAR's highest level until 1999. It seems incredible now that I covered NASCAR for six seasons without Stewart in it. Just as incredible is that Stewart—three-time champion of what is now Sprint Cup, winner of 48 races and sure Hall of Famer—could go through an entire season without a top-five finish and finish 28th in the 2015 season rankings. The coming Sprint Cup season will be Stewart's last. In 2017, Clint Bowyer will replace him. He wants to go out a winner. A winner of at least a race. He wants to go out competitive. Who doesn't? "There's going to be a lot of change," Stewart said on November 19, 2015, in Homestead, Flor...

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