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Tony Stewart To Race At Dirt Track In SD



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Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart is scheduled to race at Huset's Speedway near Brandon on July 3.
    
Stewart will race a sprint car in a World of Outlaws event. It will be the first time he has raced a sprint car in South Dakota.
    
Stewart started his career on dirt tracks in Indiana. He now makes select appearances at dirt tracks in addition to his NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule. He has raced at the track in West Fargo, N.D., several times in the past few years.
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