8. Tony Stewart. Tony Stewart definitely made the most of his final season on the track. In 2016, the three-time Cup champion raced to $9.7 million in salary and winnings, earned $2.3 million in endorsement money, and breezed to a respectable $12.0 million in total earnings.
What car does Tony Stewart own?
The team is co-owned by three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart and Haas Automation founder Gene Haas. It was founded in 2002 as Haas CNC Racing after Haas, whose company was a sponsor of Hendrick Motorsports, elected to form his own team.
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Is Tony Stewart still a car owner?
Not only has Tony Stewart had success as a race car driver, but also as a NASCAR team owner. He has a 50% stake in Stewart-Haas racing and is owner of the No.
Who is the lowest paid NASCAR driver?
The highest paid Nascar driver is Kyle Busch earning $16,900,000 per year driving for Joe Gibbs racing in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series. The lowest paid driver is Corey LaJoie earning $200,000 per year.
Does Jeff Gordon still own the 48 car?
A journey that began as Gordon/Evernham Motorsports and JG Motorsports in the Busch Series, and eventually transitioned to the Hendrick Motorsports No. 48 in the Cup Series with Jimmie Johnson will reach its intended destination in January when Jeff Gordon officially becomes a co-owner alongside Rick Hendrick.
Who owns the number one NASCAR?
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Did Tony Stewart drive a Toyota?
I have seen most of NASCAR’s races so far and Tony Stewart has had a hard time with his new No. 20 Home Depot Toyota. He nearly wins the race but always ends up in a wreck. … In 2006, he had won several races at Kansas, Atlanta, and Texas while he tried to win NASCAR’s Sprint Cup title but ended up in 11th place.
Why did SHR switch Ford?
The move will allow Stewart-Haas to take a leading role for Ford Performance. It also will allow the organization to build its own cars instead of buying them from Hendrick Motorsports. “There wasn’t anything in this deal that was a disappointment from the Chevy side,” Stewart said.