Except for the special paint scheme and hosting about 75 SHR guests to watch his final race, Stewart's finale will be low-key as the rest of the racing world watches the culmination of NASCAR's 2016 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, during which the sport will crown its champion.
"We didn't want all the ceremony and distraction this year," Stewart said.
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Kyle Larson nipped Kyle Busch by one-hundredth of a second to win his first Monster Energy All-Star Race pole Friday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The NASCAR on NBC analyst on some goofy stops he’ll make on his annual charity (the world’s largest ball of twine!
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It's a lot of fun to have that confidence.""He's on a really nice roll, and it takes everything," he said, per the AP.
"This is a sport of speed, execution and luck, and when you're on a roll like that, you've got all three on your side."Team owner Chip Ganassi added: "I think he's got a long way to go. Your guess is as good as mine."Based on his recent performances, Larson would appear to be capable of quite a bit.