He had bumped into some people a few moments earlier and figured out later that was the instant when it was stolen.“They have that Find My i Phone app, and we went chasing people forever until we realized they were in the parking lot and they got in the car and they were gone,” Stewart said.
“So I hit ‘block’ on it and deleted (the data) and now I’m going to get a new phone.”The three-time NASCAR champion, who will step out of a stock car for the final time following Sunday’s race, said one of the biggest bummers is he was in the middle of answering a “flood” of text messages from well-wishers — including some people he hadn’t heard from in years.“I think I’m going to have a phone by tomorrow,” he said.
We apologize for the change in tonight's schedule and appreciate everyone's understanding."(Fox Sports)(2-12-2017)Stewart to race in at least 71 events in 2017 probably more: Tony Stewart may be a three-time champion at NASCAR's highest level, but track preparation nevertheless is a passion for him.
Mike Arning, Stewart's PR rep, fixer and constant aide-de-camp, walks briskly beside his client, hoping to get Stewart out of town without a TV camera catching him saying something he'll regret. "Tony will at times do or say things that make our skin crawl," says Jim Hunter, a NASCAR vice president who has been with the sport for 40 years. Stewart used to travel with a monkey named Mojo, but when Mojo grew into adolescence — "We realized he was exactly the wrong breed to have as a pet" — Stewart donated him to the Louisville Zoo in Kentucky. "Because I think it sucked."his is Tony Stewart's 13th year in NASCAR, and at 37 he remains the most magnetic driver in the sport, even if he isn't always the most successful. Over the years, he has thrown his gloves at Kenny Irwin, had a shoving match with Robby Gordon, been accused of assaulting a fan in Bristol, Tennessee (but not indicted), knocked the headphones off a track official at a midget race, kicked a reporter's tape recorder (and apologetically replaced it), punched a photographer (and later befriended him), and told off NASCAR officials after they forced him to wear a helmet restraint. You never knew what Junior Johnson was going to say, but if he says it, you know he believes it. Racing blogs burble with invective — "a big orange truckload of crybaby," "fat, arrogant punk-ass," "the biggest douche bag in sports." Before each race, when drivers ride around the track on the backs of pickup trucks and wave at the crowds, none are greeted with so thick a barrage of hate as Stewart. He's not even the top racer on his team this season — he's been surpassed by Kyle Busch, who is currently enjoying a Tiger Woods-like run of dominance in NASCAR.
Tony is recently rumored to be in a relation with Jessica Zemken although their relationship has been going on not for a long time, only a few months.
Tony Stewart’s girlfriend is causing negative emotions for her fans and for the fans of Tony, a famous racer, whose career has been going down since they started their relationship.
" Stewart complained to me the night before — just finished a distant 14th. Jimmie fucking Johnson: the glad-handing, charity-golf-event-hosting, Eddie Haskell-acting, California-born suck-up. Wish I could afford that kind of lifestyle." Stewart earned an estimated million last year.
Now, furious at the loss, he exits his car and strides angrily across the pit lane and through the garages.