NASCAR: Who Had The Best And Worst Week Ever (Kansas)

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Worst Week Ever – Tony Stewart

If it weren’t for bad luck Tony Stewart would literally have no luck at all.

Stewart had a fast car this weekend. He was inside of the top-10 early in the race and one of the biggest movers in the first 50 laps. Stewart’s car faded a bit before the rains came and as a result he fell just out of the top-15 where he was lapped by Martin Truex Jr. and the No. 78 team. After rolling the dice and not taking the wave around, Stewart got back onto the lead lap shortly after the race resumed only to be wrecked from behind and finish outside of the top-40 again.

Another potentially decent run turned to garbage for Stewart and the No. 14 team.

Stewart is not as bad as he results say that he is. In fact, Stewart isn’t bad at all. However, none of that changes the fact that Stewart is without question having the worst week ever coming out of Kansas Speedway.