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Tony Stewart Q&A

Athlon Sports sits down with the 2002 Cup champion to talk about where he's been and hopes to go
<p> Athlon Sports sits down with the 2002 Cup champion to talk about where he's been and hopes to go</p>
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2005

In celebration of Athlon Sports' upcoming 10th annual Racing magazine, we've dug into the archives to uncover some of the most memorable features, profiles and Q&As that have graced our pages. Visit the site daily for more retrospective looks at NASCAR throughout the decade.

The following article was originally published in 2005 Athlon Sports Racing annual:

The NASCAR Chase: Success or Failure?

The inaugural Chase for the Championship was an unqualified success and we'll tell you why
<p> The inaugural Chase for the Championship was an unqualified success and we'll tell you why</p>
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2005

In celebration of Athlon Sports' upcoming 10th annual Racing magazine, we've dug into the archives to uncover some of the most memorable features, profiles and Q&As that have graced our pages. Visit the site daily for more retrospective looks at NASCAR throughout the decade.

The following feature was originally published in the 2005 Athlon Sports Racing annual:

NASCAR'S Changing of the Guard

A generation of good ol' boys faces retirement
<p> A generation of good ol' boys faces retirement</p>
2005

In celebration of Athlon Sports' upcoming 10th annual Racing magazine, we've dug into the archives to uncover some of the most memorable features, profiles and Q&As that have graced our pages. Visit the site daily for more retrospective looks at NASCAR throughout the decade.

The following feature was originally published in the 2005 Athlon Sports Racing annual:

2005's 13 Tough Questions and Their Politically Incorrect Answers

Athlon isn't afraid to ask the tough questions facing the sport, nor are we afraid to answer them
<p> Athlon isn't afraid to ask the tough questions facing the sport, nor are we afraid to answer them</p>
2005

Article originally published in 2005 Athlon Sports Racing annual

1. Should Junior’s expletive have cost him 25 points and had a potentially significant effect on the Championship?

Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the most popular driver award and uttered the most popular four-letter word in the process. When Junior had his slip of the tongue at Talladega, NASCAR lowered the boom. That boom was 25 points.

NASCAR'S Younger Guns

A look at some of NASCAR's up-and-coming drivers
<p> A look at some of NASCAR's up-and-coming drivers</p>
2004

In celebration of Athlon Sports' upcoming 10th annual Racing magazine, we've dug into the archives to uncover some of the most memorable features, profiles and Q&As that have graced our pages. Visit the site daily for more retrospective looks at NASCAR throughout the decade.

The following feature was originally published in the 2004 Athlon Sports Racing annual:

For years, almost all of the fish swam into NASCAR’s biggest pond through one main channel. These days, that entryway seems more like a river delta.

Why Won’t NASCAR Crack Down on Traction Control?

In 2004 Athlon asked why NASCAR wasn't enforcing its own rules regarding traction control devices
<p> In 2004 Athlon asked why NASCAR wasn't enforcing its own rules regarding traction control devices</p>
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2004

In celebration of Athlon Sports' upcoming 10th annual Racing magazine, we've dug into the archives to uncover some of the most memorable features, profiles and Q&As that have graced our pages. Visit the site daily for more retrospective looks at NASCAR throughout the decade.

The following feature was originally published in the 2004 Athlon Sports Racing annual:

NASCAR’s Iron Fist

Drivers behaving badly or borderline censorship? Athlon takes a look at some punishments NASCAR has handed down and the reasons behind them
<p> Drivers behaving badly or borderline censorship? Athlon takes a look at some punishments NASCAR has handed down and the reasons behind them</p>
2004

In celebration of Athlon Sports' upcoming 10th annual Racing magazine, we've dug into the archives to uncover some of the most memorable features, profiles and Q&As that have graced our pages. Visit the site daily for more retrospective looks at NASCAR throughout the decade.

The following feature was originally published in the 2004 Athlon Sports Racing annual:

Hunting with Richard Childress

NASCAR owner Richard Childress talks about his second-favorite sport, hunting
<p> NASCAR owner Richard Childress talks about his second-favorite sport, hunting</p>
2004

In celebration of Athlon Sports' upcoming 10th annual Racing magazine, we've dug into the archives to uncover some of the most memorable features, profiles and Q&As that have graced our pages. Visit the site daily for more retrospective looks at NASCAR throughout the decade.

The following feature was originally published in the 2004 Athlon Sports Racing annual:

Fans who visit the museum at the complex housing his racing operations don’t need to be told how important the outdoors are to Richard Childress.

Tony Stewart: NASCAR History Repeats Itself

Our 2005 Q&A with Tony Stewart feels a little like deja vu
<p> Our 2005 Q&amp;A with Tony Stewart feels a little like deja vu</p>
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2005

Athlon Sports’ upcoming 2012 Racing annual will mark its 10th anniversary covering the sport of NASCAR. In honor of the milestone, Athlon will take the next four months to look back at memorable interviews, feature articles and driver profiles that have appeared in its Racing magazines over the years.

Up first is an exclusive Q&A with Tony Stewart done prior to the 2005 season. Stewart was coming off a sub-par campaign at Joe Gibbs Racing, but would go on to win his second Cup title later in the year.
 

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