Atlanta Motor Speedway

Tony Stewart, driver and owner of his own team, Stewart Haas Racing, managed last weekend his first win of the current season of the NASCAR series Sprint Cup. This competition was conducted at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Stewart was awarded the 38th victory of her career as a professional pilot of the highest category of the Nascar series. This is the first victory for Stewart after nearly a year without being able to ascend to the top of a podium. His last victory was in October of the previous year, when it imposed in Kansas to Carl Edwards, who for his part no WINS since late 2008. Tony Stewart departed in the fifth position of the starting grid.

From the moment when the home signal was given, Stewart came out intending to move to dethrone Denny Hamlin the position of privilege. The performance of Stewart was surprising turn after turn. Driving your vehicle with great authority and avoiding the disadvantages that were presented during the tour, Stewart could go climbing positions. Stewart left back to Carl Edwars, who came in fourth and who is his closest rival, both in Sprint Cup in General as well as in the League table of pilots. In the midst of a successful maneuver, the driver of the Chevrolet Impala # 14 Kyle Busch surpassed and quickly reached Ryan Newman who ranked second.

Accelerating your vehicle to the maximum and controlling it to perfection, Stewart was placed behind leader Hamlin, who stepped forward without any problem. From that moment, Stewart was commissioned to direct the tour. With great firmness remained at the forefront of competition for 176 of the scheduled 325 laps, which received recognition as the driver who led the most laps. The Emory Healthcare 500 was noted for being a career that, apart from having a very extensive tour, took place in an orderly manner. No serious accidents happened and just gave eight warning signs. After each pass through the pits area, Stewart stood out as one of the riders who, Yes It was left behind, he rushed to be located very close to the Group of drivers who at that time was at the front. During the entire competition 22 changes occurred in the leadership. Stewart earned the victory thanks to the excellent work done by your computer and the phenomenal placing point-to-point your car. The #14 was kept quiet, but without losing concentration every time that it ceded the leadership. With tenacity and caution recovering it without problem. When missing 19 laps for the great ending, the last indication of green flag was given. To restart, the fight for first place was between Carl Edwards and Stewart. The dispute was won by Stewart, who remained at the front until he managed to cross the finish line, first second landed Edwards, followed by four-time champion Jimmie Johnson. In the absence of a race to the end of the regular season, the first ten pilots who already have a place secured in the hunt by the Sprint Cup are already defined. Greg Biffle and Clint Bowyer will vie for the last two places in the classification.