Stewart roars back in a big way
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- You didn't really think the man who led the standings all season was going to go down in the Chase without a fight, did you?
Not Tony Stewart. Not the man who relishes a good fight, on the track and off it.
When Stewart took the checkered flag Sunday in the Price Chopper 400, he could have said, "Hey, guys. Remember me?"
Instead, he got out of the No. 14 Chevrolet and was asked what his victory meant.
"Well, the first thing it means is I'm going ...
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