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  • Richert UPDATE 2: Buddy Baker mentioned on TBS's Happy Hour coverage that the he would say on the race telecast Sunday were current #28 crew chief, Doug Richert would be going in 2000. Richert will not be back with the #28 in 2000 as Michael McSwain will come over with 2000 #28 driver Ricky Rudd. Some rumors have Richert going to the #98 or #75 -- UPDATE: But I now hear it'll be to the new #32 Tide Ford team owned by Cal Wells(10-9-1999) -- UPDATE 2: Per RPM2Nite - Doug Richert will move to the new Cal Wells Cup team(10-10-1999)

  • McSwain to the #28? UPDATE: Current #10 crew chief, Michael 'Fatback' McSwain has not signed with Robert Yates to follow driver Ricky Rudd over to the #28 Texaco ride, sourcres tell me this will happen, but nothing is official at this point(9-22-1999) -- UPDATE: Mike McSwaim has officially been named crew chief for Ricky Rudd next season when Rudd moves to the #28 Fords owned by Robert Yates Racing. McSwaim will replace Doug Richert, who joined the #28 team at the beginning of the season(That's Racin')(10-9-1999)

  • Cheever News: IRL owner-driver Eddie Cheever, winner of the 1998 Indianapolis 500, also was in the Winston Cup garage yesterday. He could make an announcement in the next couple of weeks about starting his own (Cup or BGN) team(Times-Dispatch) -- UPDATE: TNN's Raceday reports that Cheever said to expect an announcement soon concerning a Cup team he will start(10-10-1999)

  • AJ News UPDATE 3: Waddell Wilson, the NASCAR veteran who is helping A.J. Foyt put together his new Winston Cup team, said things are coming along well. Wilson said the team now has six people on payroll and about 15 more committed to join next season. One job that hasn't been filled is driver, but Wilson said that is Foyt's department. Foyt, according to Wilson, will be in Charlotte next weekend, perhaps to officially announce his decision to race with Pontiacs and possibly name a driver(That's Racin')(10-3-1999) -- UPDATE 1: Expect A.J. Foyt's Conseco NASCAR Winston Cup team to field Pontiacs in 2000, and if he can work out the details, sign Johnny Benson to drive it(SpeedVision)(10-5-1999) -- UPDATE 2: A.J. Foyt's new Winston Cup team will field Pontiacs. He just doesn't know yet who will be driving them. Except for the driver, everything seems to be falling into place for Foyt's new Winston Cup entry. The team will be sponsored by financial services provider Conseco Inc., Foyt has acquired a race shop in Mooresville, N.C., and he has hired some key personnel, including team manager Waddell Wilson, crew chief Terry Wooten, engine builder Gregg Wilson and fabricator Bobby Watson(GoRacing and NOL)(10-9-1999) -- UPDATE 3: Gregg Wilson will head up the team's in-house engine department. Wilson, the son of team general manager Waddell Wilson, has been working with Fischer Engines, which builds the engines used by Geoffrey Bodine's #60 Chevrolets. Foyt said he may also lease engines from Joe Gibbs Racing if the team falls behind in its preparations(That's Racin') AND Johnny Benson and Rick Mast are the two men on Foyt's list, but Benson appears less than interested in the option(PitNow), Mast? -- UPDATE:....the driver of his Conseco-sponsored car will not be Johnny Benson. Billy Boat, a former sprint-car standout who now drives one of Foyt’s two IRL cars, may be the leading candidate. The driver of Foyt’s other entry, Kenny Brack, has a road racing background, and Foyt has said publicly he doesn’t think Brack, the 1998 IRL champion, is ready for NASCAR. Scott Sharp is another IRL driver who has expressed some interest in the Foyt ride(Gaston Gazette)(10-10-1999)

  • Petty Colors UPDATE: General Mills, STP and NASCAR legend(and team owner) Richard Petty unveiled the new Cheerios/Betty Crocker #43 for the 2000 NASCAR season today(10-9-1999). Cheerios becomes the first new primary sponsor for the car in 29 years, replacing STP(at the Pepsi 400 in July 2000) as the primary sponsor, STP will of course remain with the #43 as a major associate sponsor. John Andretti drives the #43 Pontiac(Image and story at PRN Newswire, thanks JonB) also have the image on my Paint Schemes page(10-9-1999) -- UPDATE: The new design for the 2000 Winston Cup season was unveiled Saturday night in a press conference at Charlotte. Seven-time Winston Cup Richard Petty, owner of the car, helped create the new design, which is a result of a multi-year primary sponsorship agreement announced last month at Darlington. The #43 car, driven by John Andretti, will continue its 29-year association with STP, which will be the car's primary sponsor through the June 2000 Winston Cup race at Sears Point. General Mills will become the #43's primary sponsor at the Daytona race in July(with STP remaining as an associate)(SpeedNet)(10-10-1999)

  • Galaxy Motorsports Sponsors UPDATE: am now hearing that the #75 Ford, to be driven by Wally Dallenbach will be sponsored by Pizza Hut in conjunction with a another sponsor and the 2nd Galaxy Motorsports(formerly Butch Mock Motorsports) is talking to Turner Broadcasting/Cartoon Network(10-4-1999) -- UPDATE: Winston Cup Scene Magazine reports that the Cartoon Network will be the primary and Pizza Hutt a n associate sponsor(10-9-1999)

  • Bodine Announcement: Hear Brett Bodine is supposed to announce at Charlotte that his #11 team has been sold to Winston West owner Richard Hilton and the sponsor will be Kroger, Ralphs/Food 4 Less, Fred Meyer, Quality Food Centers supermarkets in some manner(10-9-1999)

  • Robby Gordon news: present CART and former #40 Cup driver, Robby Gordon, is in Charlotte this weekend and says his plans to build his own Cup team for next season are coming along quite well(PitNow) Plans are supposedly for Gordon to compete on a limited basis(10-9-1999)

  • #90 Plans: Junie Donlavey plans to run three more Winston Cup races this season. The #90 Ford owner will take his team to Talladega Superspeedway next weekend with driver Ed Berrier. They plan to compete at the Homestead-Miami and Atlanta races as well, but no driver has been named for those events(Times-Dispatch)(10-9-1999)

  • New Taurus OK'd? UPDATE: Ford's new body for its 2000 Taurus has been all-but-approved by NASCAR for competition. After further questioning around the Ford teams, the TNN website folks has found out that there is a meeting with Ford crewchiefs and NASCAR officials tomorrow(Friday) at 10:30am/et at a local Concord template-making shop to all-but-sign-off on the new templates(TNN Motorsports Site)(10-8-1999) -- UPDATE: NASCAR met with representatives from each Winston Cup Ford team Friday morning, Oct. 8, plus a number of the independent body hangers to discuss the bodywork for the 2000 Taurus that Ford has presented to NASCAR. Ford's Preston Miller said that the purpose of the meeting was “to see how the templates that NASCAR has prepared to fit that car actually do fit that car."(Racer Mag)(10-9-1999)

  • SABCO BGN UPDATE: Team SABCO owner Felix Sabates is scheduled to announce his team’s full-time return to the NASCAR Busch Series in 2000 on Saturday, Oct 9th. The sponsorship contract will consist of a three-year agreement with a rookie driver(SABCO PR) David Steele?(10-8-1999) -- UPDATE: Felix Sabates will have a pair of full time BGN operations for Blaise Alexander and USAC ace Dave Steele, the latter with the Channellock sponsorship according to Sabates. Although Alexander was running TracFone on his Team SABCO entry at Lowe’s Motor Speedway this weekend, final sponsorship arrangements are not yet completed on that car. Sabates will also field two partial Busch efforts, one for Kenny Irwin, who will replace Joe Nemechek in the #42 Winston Cup car, and the other for young Mexican driver Jimmy Morales. Morales' car will be sponsored by TracFone, a cellular phone company owned by a Mexican conglomerate. It was TracFone who brought Morales to Sabates’ attention. The youngster will make his first appearance for Team SABCO in the 300 at Homestead, Nov. 13. Sabates plans to run Morales in 10 Busch races and three ARCA races in 2000(Racer Mag Site)(10-9-1999)

  • Crew Member Numbers? Humpy Wheeler, president of Lowe’s Motor Speedway, wants to put uniform numbers on the crewmen as a means of identifying their roles in the lightning-fast pit stops that mark NASCAR events. Under Wheeler’s plan, crewmen would be assigned numbers from 1-12 based on their positions. As an example, all crew chiefs would wear the No. 1, and on the other end of the order, four utility members and potential replacements would wear Nos. 9-12.(Gaston Gazette) AND another story, even has images: Claire B. Lang takes a look at new NASCAR uniforms proposed by Humpy Wheeler(GoCarolinas)(10-8-1999)

  • #98 Crew Chief? and 2nd team? UPDATE: I hear Mark Tudor and the #98 team parted ways on Monday. One rumor has Doug Richert being talked to as a replacement. Also hear the 2nd rumored team with Mike Ciochetti as driver will be #39 and may race at Homestead and/or Atlanta(10-5-1999) -- UPDATE: Rick Mast's No. 98 Ford team has undergone some changes this week with the loss of crew chief Mark Tutor. Mast, who qualified eighth for Sunday's UAW-GM Quality 500, will help make race-day decisions along with team manager Garth Finley and Dan Gloutz. Mast said Gloutz has already been working in-house with Yarborough Motorsports preparing work for a second team to run a full schedule next season as a teammate to Mast. The driver for that team will be Mike Ciochetti, a regular in the ARCA series. Ciochetti is planning to run one Cup race this season at Homestead-Miami Speedway(That's Racin')(10-8-1999)

  • Musgrave to the...IRL? UPDATE joke: On RPM2Nite, Ted Musgrave says he has an opportunity to race in the IRL with a good team in 2000 and has tested. He stopped short saying that it was for sure but...(9-24-1999) -- UPDATE - Joke: You know that story about Musgrave's interest in the Indy Racing League? The IRL test? The second career in open-wheel racing? Gotcha. The whole thing was a figment of Musgrave's extremely fertile imagination, dreamed up on the spur of the moment and floated simply to test people's appetite for gossip. "Of course," Musgrave conceded Thursday. "Somebody comes up to you and says, 'You're done with this job. You're out of here. And, oh, by the way, what are you doing next year?' "What do you come up with? I just said IRL to throw them off-guard, and they went for it." Musgrave floated the story to several television and newspaper reporters two weeks ago after qualifying in Dover, DE, and it took on further life on the Internet(Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)(10-8-1999)

  • Junior Johnson Book Announcement UPDATE: Since I get many questions about Jr, I thought I'd post this: There will be an announcement of the new Junior Johnson biography by Tom Higgins and Steve Waid from David Bull Publishing. The announcement is set for Thursday, Oct. 7 at Lowe's Motor Speedway and will be excerpted on 10/8 in the Charlotte Observer(That's Racin'), on Oct. 10 in the New York Times and in the Oct. 14 edition of NASCAR Winston Cup Scene. Also, there will be a book signing at Waldenbooks at Carolina Mall in Concord, NC on 10/9 from 2:00-4:00pm/et. Johnson will also be on TNN's Inside NASCAR Sat Oct 9th(usually at 4pm/et) and Sunday, Oct 10th at 10am/et(10-5-1999) -- UPDATE: will be officially announced today, see my Racing Bookstore Page for more info on the book -- UPDATE2: see some text from the book at the TNN site: New Book Details Stock Car Legend(10-7-1999) and a Book Review - Junior Johnson: Brave in Life by Matt McLaughlin(10-8-1999)

  • Rudd Auction? Today's Winston Cup Scene Magazine reports that Ricky Rudd is preparing to auction off the equipment from his own team to make room for the #28 RYR team that will move into the shop after the 1999 season. If Rudd can't find a buyer for his equipment or a partner to take over his team, Rudd plans to auction off his equipment by the end of the season(WC Scene)(10-8-1999)

  • Labonte Signs Longterm: Bobby Labonte, driver of the #18 Interstate Batteries Pontiac, yesterday said he's just signed a five-year contract to drive for car owner Joe Gibbs. Labonte said that crew chief Jimmy Makar and Mark Cronquist, the chief engine man, also signed five-year contracts with Gibbs(PitNow)(10-8-1999)

  • Evernham at Track: former #24 Hendrick Motorsports crew chief Ray Evernham was back at the track Thursday, helping the Busch Grand National team he co-owns with Jeff Gordon qualify for Saturday's All Pro Bumper-to-Bumper 300(News and Observer)(10-8-1999)

  • Honored: Wendell Scott and H. Clay Earles were honored this week by students at Druid Hills Elementary School. The approximately 300 students spent last week learning about racing and NASCAR. The week long program included seeing a video history of Martinsville Speedway, visits from Butch Hamlet, driver of the Taco Bell Late Model Stock Chevrolet, David Davis, driver of a Mini-Cup car at New River Valley Speedway and Dink Gardner who brought racing memorabilia to the school for display. The students also had a reading contest and wore racing shirts and hats to school. Tuesday, school Principal Bill Vickers presented Frank Scott, Wendell’s son, and W. Clay Campbell, president of Martinsville Speedway and grandson of Earles, plaques recognizing the dedication, determination and leadership of both Scott and Earles(Martinsville Speedway Newsletter)(10-8-1999)

  • Safety Worker Hurt UPDATE 5 upgraded again: Safety worker Randy B. Hall of Spencer suffered head injuries during a caution period that began on lap 291. As the safety vehicle headed to the third and fourth turns to tend to a crash involving Bobby Hamilton, Rich Bickle and John Andretti, Hall fell off the truck and hit his head on the pavement, rendering him unconscious. He was taken from the scene on a stretcher to the infield care hospital at Martinsville Speedway. Two attempts were made to transport Hall to Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, North Carolina by AirCare helicopter. NASCAR officials waved the yellow flag on lap 374 to open the gate in the fourth turn to release the rescue vehicle, but Hall's vital signs deteriorated and he had to remain in the care center until he was stabilized. A second caution was called on lap 404 to allow the ambulance to take Hall out of the track to the AirCare helicopter. According to reports, Hall suffered a four- to six-inch laceration on the back of his head and abrasions on his left shoulder and arm. His vital signs were good and Hall was conscious(thanks to NOL for the update)(10-3-1999) -- UPDATE: He was taken to Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, N.C., and is listed in critical condition with head injuries(That's Racin')(10-4-1999) -- UPDATE 2: Randy Hall remains in critical condition(RPM2Nite) -- UPDATE 3: Randy Hall of Spencer, VA. is still in critical condition at Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, NC as of this afternoon. His condition has not been upgraded since he arrived at the hospital on Sunday. Matinsville Speedway Officials have been and are in contact with Randy's family and as soon as they hear any further information I will post it. Hall suffered a 4-6 inch cut on the back of his head. The emergency room staff of the Memorial Hospital of Martinsville & Henry County, which works our Infield Care Center, stabilized him and AirCare took Randy to Baptist Hospital(Martinsville Speedway Newsletter)(10-5-1999) -- UPDATE 4: Hall has been upgraded to serious condition. He is in the intensive care unit at Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem(The Depot) ADDRESS: The hospital address is North Carolina Baptist Hospital, Medical Center Blvd., Winston-Salem, NC 27157(10-6-1999) -- UPDATE 5: Randy Hall of Spencer, VA. has been upgraded from Serious Condition to Satisfactory Condition at Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, NC. According to a family member, Randy got out of bed last night and stood up. Hall is listed in room 561(see above for address)(Martinsville Speedway Newsletter)(10-7-1999)

  • #77 News: Jasper Motorsports is expected to announce soon that Robert Pressley will return to the #77 team for the 2000 season(The Depot)(10-7-1999)

  • #5 Colors in 2000: During a fan club meeting, Terry Labonte mentioned that the Kelloggs car would carry a little bit different paint scheme next year. Labonte didn't give any details but said the car would still be the same colors(Tribute to the Labontes Site)(10-7-1999)

  • #15 makes field: The #15 Fenley-Moore Motorsports and driver Derrike Cope made a nice comeback at Charlotte qualifying 24th, see the story at That's Racin':Cope's new team a success on first try by Jim Utter(10-7-1999)

  • New Sponsor? UPDATE: hearing Red Wing Shoes may be looking to get into Cup or BGN as a team sponsor? no other details(8-12-1999) -- UPDATE: Petty Enterprises announced that Red Wing shoes has joined the team as an associate sponsor for the Cup cars driven by Kyle Petty and John Andretti and the Grand National car driven by Adam Petty(The Depot)(10-7-1999)

  • Carter/Yates Engines REPOST: Besides building Ford engines for his #28 and #88 teams, Robert Yates Racing will build engines in 2000 for the two Travis Carter teams(#66 and #23?), the #75 Butch Mock-Galaxy Motorsports team and the new Cal Wells Tide team(Winston Cup Today Radio) Yates is looking into leasing Butch Mock's engine shop(Winston Cup Scene)(9-24-1999) -- REPOST: Some readers sent me this again as heard on Speedvision's Inside Winston Cup Racing on Monday(10-5-1999) -- UPDATE: Mike Ege will run the shop for Yates and supply the engines to the #'s 23,66 and 75(10-7-1999)

  • Irvan inducted: Ernie Irvan was inducted into the Lowe's Motor Speedway Court of Legends Wednesday afternoon, becoming the 14th inductee. Prior to retiring in September, Irvan competed in 20 NASCAR Winston Cup Series races at LMS, posting one of the most dominating victories in track history while driving for Robert Yates in 1993. Irvan won 15 races during his storied NASCAR Winston Cup career. Irvan autographed a section of cement in the walk while also setting his handprints and throttle foot in cement. Ironically, Irvan wore the same shoe he was wearing when he crashed at Michigan Speedway in August, effectively ending his career. Prior to his break into NASCAR Winston Cup Series racing, Irvan made his living welding seats at LMS(NOL)(10-7-1999)

  • Wells Driver: Cal Wells announced Wednesday that he had hired CART/Trans-Am/IMSA veteran Scott Pruett as the driver of the #32 Tide Ford for next season in the Cup series. Wells was hoping to announce his crew chief on Wednesday, but has had to put that off until Friday. Wells said that he has it narrowed down to two guys that are current NASCAR crew chiefs, but declined to elaborate further. Wells also shot down the rumors surrounding a possible Chrysler effort, or that he was looking at the recently-released Ray Evernham as a crew chief, says he has never met Everhham.(Racer Magazine)(10-6-1999)

  • Gordon's Hendrick Future UPDATE: #24 Driver Jeff Gordon, three-time Winston Cup champion with Hendrick Motorsports, will assume some share of ownership in the NASCAR racing teams, acting team manager John Hendrick confirmed Friday. The team has scheduled a press conference for Wednesday at Lowe’s Motor Speedway(Racer Magazine)(10-2-1999) -- UPDATE: not fooling around on this deal -- Jeff Gordon signed a lifetime agreement unparalleled in NASCAR Winston Cup history. Gordon and Rick Hendrick said that the agreement will be effective January 1, 2000 and will continue for the duration of Gordon's motorsports career. It assures his ongoing role as driver for the #24 Hendrick Motorspoits team and as a business partner with the team for the future. Under terms of the long-term contract, Gordon will become an equity partner in the Hendrick 24 team. It will continue to be operated as part of the three car Winston Cup operation fielded by Hendrick Motorsports, Hendrick said(Hendrick Motorsports Site)(10-6-1999)

  • Stewart Fined? HALF RIGHT: Tony Stewart was rumored to have been heavily fined($10,000) by NASCAR for his demonstration at Martinsville(the Irwin vs Stewart stuff)(Victory Lane Online) NOTE: This has not been confirmed(10-5-1999) -- UPDATE: Tony Stewart was fined $5,000 Wednesday by NASCAR for his actions on the track during last Sunday's NAPA 500 at Martinsville(That's Racin')(10-6-1999)

  • #17 Info: Matt Kenseth is carrying a new decal on his #17 Dewalt Tools Ford at Charlotte. Skills USA, a national organization offering training programs in technical, skilled at service occupations, is featured on the hood and lower quarter panel of the #17 Ford. DEWALT is supporting Skills USA's signature-collecting drive during race weekend to help the youth organization reach its goal of compiling one million signatures to present to Congress in September of 2000 during the Washington Leadership Training Institute(MNI -

  • Shop Closed UPDATE: Richard Childress Racing, which has one of its teams sponsored by Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse(#31 Skinner), has closed its race shop to visitors since Friday because of recent attacks and bomb threats on Lowe's stores in North Carolina(The Depot)(10-3-1999) -- UPDATE: As of yesterday afternoon(10-5), the RCR shop has reopened to the public and is operating as normal(10-6-1999)

  • Finally...Wells, an announcement UPDATE: A spokesperson for Cal Wells' Precision Performance Inc. said Wednesday the team will announce its Winston Cup plans for the 2000 season next week at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte. The name most often being mentioned lately as the likely driver is Scott Pruett(from CART).(That's Racin')(9-30-1999) -- UPDATE: Cal Wells is expected to announce on Wednesday that Scott Pruett will drive a #32 Tide-sponsored Ford for Precision Preparation Inc. Motorsports next season in Winston Cup. At 39, Pruett would be the elder statesman among the 2000 candidates for rookie of the year, joining Dale Earnhardt Jr., Matt Kenseth and Dave Blaney(maybe Mike Bliss)(SpeedVision)(10-6-1999)

  • Superbirds: the winged cars will be at Talladega in a big way next weekend(Oct 14-17th) starting with a Car show at the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and Museum, a Car show at the Sheraton Perimeter Hotel; the #71 Isaac Daytona and the #7 Stott SuperBird will be on display and on Sunday there is supposed to be a Parade lap of Talladega Superspeedway prior to the NASCAR Winston Cup race, there are expected to be 135 of these type cars there, and up to 150 cars(if that many show) will now be allowed on the track by NASCAR and cars will be permitted to do two parade laps. It now appears that The Nashville Network's My Classic Car television show will be there to cover the event. See the site for info and images of the cars at

  • TV Guide Sold: Gemstar Buying TV Guide for $8.6B, not sure how this will effect sponsorship of the #16 Roush Racing Ford and driver Kevin Lepage(Gemstar does the VCRPlus stuff)(10-6-1999)

  • DW BGN ride UPDATE: Remember those DW BGN rumors a while back, well I am hearing that DW will drive the #48 Champion Potato Co Ford at Charlotte in October in a one race deal. His brother Michael is supposedly listed as the owner(6-21-1999) -- UPDATE: it's been a while since I heard anything on this and do not see DW listed on the BGN Entry List on NOL -- UPDATE: Darrell Waltrip will not be running the BGN race at Charlotte. The deal for DW to drive the BGN car and promote the company's product never came together(10-5-1999)

  • TV? NBC is favored to team with cable's Turner for half of the lucrative NASCAR deal starting in 2001, along with CBS/TNN(USA Today/Rudy Martzke) Can't imagine ABC/ESPN getting shut out(10-5-1999)

  • Jarrett's Honored: Dale Jarrett and his wife Kelley, along with sponsor Ford Credit, were honored at The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation 1999 National Awards Luncheon in Dallas on Monday(Speed Magazine)(10-5-1999)

  • Pemberton Popular UPDATE: Ryan Pemberton is rumored to be the possible crew chief for Jeremy Mayfield and the #12 Mobil One team(TNN's Raceday) AND Pemberton is the leading candidate to join driver Wally Dallenbach with Galaxy Motorsports' #75 Fords next season as Dallenbach's crew chief. Pemberton is currently exploring several options. He is also being considered for the crew chief duties with the #25 Hendrick Motorsports Chevy and has also been mentioned in conjunction with the new Winston Cup teams debuting next season with owners Cal Wells and A.J. Foyt(That's Racin')(10-3-1999) -- UPDATE: I hear that current #12 crew chief, Peter Sospenzo, recently reupped to be the crew chief for Mayfield and the #12 through 2001 and that no one with Penske-Kranefuss Racing has spoken with Pemberton about the crew chief position(10-4-1999)

  • Rules Change? NASCAR officials are saying they may be handing out general-issue Daytona shocks next February like they hand out carburetor plates. How teams might react to not being able to run their own special shocks has yet to be gauged. NASCAR tried to implement shock rules at Daytona this season only to meet stiff resistance(PitNow)(10-4-1999)

  • Galaxy Motorsports Sponsors: am now hearing that the #75 Ford, to be driven by Wally Dallenbach will be sponsored by Pizza Hut in conjunction with a another sponsor and the 2nd Galaxy Motorsports(formerly Butch Mock Motorsports) is talking to Turner Broadcasting/Cartoon Network(10-4-1999)

  • Stewart/Irwin: There was no word from NASCAR late Sunday as to disciplinary action, if any, that might be taken against drivers Tony Stewart and Kenny Irwin, old rivals from their USAC sprint-car days(Racer Magazine)(10-4-1999)

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