We were simply “wowed”, for lack of a better word, with their innovative approach to discovering treatments for cancer in pets that translate directly to cancer treatments for people.
The overall concept is “Comparative Oncology” which has gained traction in the past decade and is currently offering amazing treatments for people and pets alike. And, it fits perfectly with the mission of Tony’s foundation!
Moreover, his average starting position of 14.75 meant that he often lost place-differential points in games that offered them.
Stewart got off to a strong start and expected more.
You'll often find him on a track at Eldora Speedway, the dirt half-mile he owns.
Just because Stewart has stepped away from the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series doesn't mean he has abandoned the competitive side of racing-far from it.
And, the Center has trained more surgical, medical and radiation oncologists than any other veterinary institution.There are several leading institutions throughout the U. Tony and his foundation came away wanting to help spread the word about the amazing work being done to battle cancer – a disease that impacts virtually everyone.Borrowing the Flint Animal Cancer Center’s own branding of “One Cure”, our foundation has established Team One Cure as a multi-faceted program with two primary goals: (1) Raise awareness of the availability and potential of comparative oncology; and (2) raise funds to find cures for cancer in both people and pets. We each have a family member, a friend, a colleague, a neighbor, a pet or someone special in our lives who has been diagnosed with cancer.Stewart was driving a sprint car for the first time since he accidentally struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. Stewart is still facing a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the fellow driver's family.Stewart, who retired [from NASCAR] after last season, declined comment after the dirt-track event out of respect for the Ward family and later said he didn't want his racing to even appear like he's "rubbing it in the Wards' faces." He plans to keep a low profile during the event, racing again Friday and Saturday at the three-eighths mile track.(read full article at the Associated Press), on Friday night, Stewart finished 21st in the A-Main (Bubba Raceway Park Facebook)(2-11-2017) UPDATE: Stewart withdrew from Saturday night's finale, which resulted in the release of this statement from his public relations representative: "Tony Stewart has scratched for the evening (Saturday night) and is reconsidering his schedule with the All Star Circuit of Champions due to his ownership of the series.Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing (TSR) announced today that Stewart will be part of the field for the May 19 Arctic Cat All-Stars (ASCo C) presented Ford Performance event at Kokomo (Indiana) Speedway.[More](3-22-2017)Stewart returns to Sprint Car Racing UPDATE: Tony Stewart has returned to sprint car racing, though his first race back provided him more frustration than frivolity.