Stewart hopes personal trainer holds key
In 1999, Tony Stewart wheeled his co-owned Home Depot-sponsored Dallara to a ninth-place finish in the Indianapolis 500 before jumping a plane and touching down on the Lowes Motor Speedway infield grass just 10 minutes prior to the start of NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600.
Close to midnight, Stewart brought his Home Depot Pontiac home to a fourth-place finish and needed medical attention for dehydration and exhaustion. The physical toll extracted by Stewart's Indy-Charlotte "double" may have denied ...
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