2015 Tony Stewart Signed Texas Race Used NASCAR Suit
NASCAR superstar Tony Stewart signed this Simpson-made suit used at Texas Motor Speedway during the 2015 season. Where the name of the driver is typically located on the belt, Stewart has his nickname “Smoke.”
As Stewart continues to race in short-track events, we’d never rule out a return to a NASCAR-sanctioned event. Stewart’s record stands at 62 combined wins in stock car racing’s top sanctioning body — 49 in Cup, 11 in Xfinity and two in Trucks. He won three Cup Series championships, in 2002, 2005 and 2011.
While Stewart never won the Daytona 500, he did conquer his hometown Brickyard 400 on two occasions. In an era of racing against Dale Earnhardt, Rusty Wallace, Bill Eliott, Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick and the Busch brothers, among others, Stewart’s record is as good as any.
Stewart is the most versatile driver since the days of his hero, A.J. Foyt, and Mario Andretti. In 1995, Stewart became the first driver to win all three major USAC divisions — Silver Crown, sprints and midgets — in the same season. He joined the Indy Racing League in its inaugural 1996 season and won three races and a season title in his short INDYCAR SERIES career before moving to NASCAR.
Stewart also is a two-time winner of the prestigious Chili Bowl Nationals, an indoor midget race that annually attracts more than 300 entries to Tulsa, Okla.
This suit comes with a Hall of Fame Collection Certificate of Authenticity.