“For him to think too much…” – Tony Stewart reveals amazing gesture from “great man” Carl Edwards despite their NASCAR rivalry

NASCAR Fans love all the casual conversations and inside stories with the biggest names in the motorsports industry. Any chance of unfiltered, unrecorded interviews is a treat for them. One such interview aired recently with NASCAR Veteran Tony Stewart On YouTube is getting fan attention.

Award-winning broadcaster Ken Stoute and motorsports enthusiast Rico Elmore host “The Skinny Racing Podcast” on the “Fatheadz TV” YouTube channel. The podcast covers everything from IndyCar, NASCAR, Sprint Car and life in general to behind-the-scenes adventures from motorsports legends to rising stars and all. They have a very smart, humorous, yet knowledgeable approach while carrying on a conversation with their guests.

Tony Stewart was real and real on the podcast


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Recently, one podcast premiered On the channel was NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart as a guest. Getting close to an hour-long conversation with Tony was a treat for many a NASCAR fan. The man has a total of 62 NASCAR race wins to his name. Diving into a conversation with Ken and Rico, Tony recalled one moment when he beat Carl Edwards to the Cup title by winning the 2011 season finale. While Tony humorously accepted that he forced Edwards to retire later when he beat him in the race, Rico thought it was Carl who fooled his mind all the way.

Tony really appreciated Carl for the helmet he gave him. He said in the interview: “I I got a brand new helmet for every race in the 2016 season and different paint jobs on it all different things that represented the things that I was passionate about and so I traded 24 helmets with 24 cup drivers that year and the helmet that Carl Edwards swapped for me at the end of the year was the helmet From 2011 at Homestead”.

Stewart continued, “He still had that helmet on and he came back and found that helmet and this is the helmet he gave me so this is one of my favorite helmets just because of the meaning and I have a lot of respect for Carl Edwards because he’s such an amazing guy and he’s been thinking a lot and thinking a lot about the helmet he wants to trade with me.” It was very cool.

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HOMEstead, FL – NOVEMBER 20: Tony Stewart, driver of the #14 Office Depot/Mobil 1 Chevrolet, celebrates with the Cup at Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Ford 400 and 2011 Series Championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, Florida. Stewart wins his third NASCAR championship. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)

Tony Stewart’s interest in the NHRA


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Three-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion Tony Stewart made his NHRA racing debut last year At Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Hall of Famer Stewart runs his own NHRA team in addition to co-ownership Stewart-Haas Racing. Getting into drag racing was out of the box, more fun and challenging for Stewart in different ways. This kind of person, it’s time for him to try something new. Especially with all his skills and experience.

He is a man who believes in becoming a master of whatever he goes into. He has tried many different things since his retirement. NHRA is just another addition to his long list of experiences. Stewart has made it all from NASCAR to Sprint Cars, and has also started a series of his own. While most people would find this difficult, Stewart’s journey is a lot of fun. He also believes NHRA has more to offer fans than a real-time racing experience. It is more exciting and fun for fans.


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If fans go into how Tony Stewart feels about NHRA, it makes sense for them to experience it at least once to pass on their fair judgment.

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