Plans are currently underway to construct a permanent location in that area to house the Hall of Fame bobbleheads.(Click here for video.) The seven-inch Stewart and Patrick bobbleheads are arriving to Milwaukee compliments of Texas Motor Speedway, which had them produced for fan promotions at its NASCAR races.So, it's Friday now, so that's why we waited until the end of the week to be up front about each other.' Happier times: The news comes just weeks after she filed for divorce from husband of seven-years Paul Hospenthal, seen here in happier times before the 89th running of the Indianapolis 500 in Indianapolis in 2005'I think that moving forward into the year, it's a matter of do you say anything at all, or do you just carry on? 'As opposed to speculation and people making up their own stories or talking amongst themselves or us feeling uncomfortable walking into each other's (motorhomes) moving forward, or around our teams or anything, it's just easier to be up front and get it out of the way then to have any kind of awkward speculation.'Stenhouse was asked during the media tour's stop at Roush Fenway Racing if he was dating Patrick.He dodged the question, saying 'we've got a great relationship' and then turned attention back to racing.The Stewart bobblehead was given away to fans that attended this past November's AAA Texas 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race and 30,000 Patrick bobbleheads will be distributed to fans attending Sunday's O'Reilly Auto Parts 500.
" Stewart complained to me the night before — just finished a distant 14th. Jimmie fucking Johnson: the glad-handing, charity-golf-event-hosting, Eddie Haskell-acting, California-born suck-up. Wish I could afford that kind of lifestyle." Stewart earned an estimated million last year.
'I always say I'll race people how they race me until they do something to make me change my mind.
I don't anticipate that changing at all, or us having any issues on the track.'Stenhouse echoed that attitude, saying: 'It won't affect how I race on the track.
I want to go out and win, I race everyone hard,' he said.
FORT WORTH, Texas (April 3, 2017) - A Hall of Fame induction traditionally symbolizes the pinnacle of a career in sports and that day has come for three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart and milestone-setting female driver Danica Patrick of Stewart-Haas Racing.