“That’s a No-Brainer”: Tony Stewart Wastes No Time in Revealing His Best Investment

Published 03/13/2023, 4:34 PM EDT

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It is too difficult to define Tony Stewart in a single word. There has been no limit to his on and off-the-track success. Using his experience and entrepreneurship skills, the three-time Cup Series Champion has built a terrific empire. With investments in multiple racing teams and several racing tracks, he’s definitely tasted much success as a businessman. But if he were to pick one as his best investment, which would he choose?

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The 51-year-old has more often than not been very sure of what he wants. Obviously, that is one of the reasons why he is so successful. And it didn’t come as a surprise when he was so prompt while talking about his most treasured possession.

Tony Stewart is very sure of his most treasured possession

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One of the best parts of hearing Tony Stewart speak is his direct and to-the-point approach. No doubt, he can come across as a bit blunt at times but there is always some form of entertainment associated with it. The same was the case when he spoke at “The Bubba the Love Sponge Show.”

The NASCAR Hall of Famer discussed a number of topics involving his career, team ownership, and other random things. Yet when asked about his best investment, his answer was so prompt and heart-warming. He said, “The best thing I ever did was marry my wife Leah, well yeah, and that’s a no-brainer, yes, obviously.”

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Well, isn’t it a lovely gesture? Where has this lovey-dovey Stewart been? Having said that, there is no hiding the love he has for Leah. In fact, it has been so strong that Smoke had to clear up a myth surrounding him and his wife.

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More often than not with motorsport fans, it is assumed that drivers are greatly influenced by their girlfriends/wives. A similar scenario was witnessed with Leah Pruett when Stewart decided to join NHRA. The assumption was more triggered by the fact that Pruett herself is an NHRA Top Fuel dragster. However, the Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner was quick to come out in his wife’s defense.

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In an interview with the Skinny Racing podcast last year, Stewart cleared the myth. He said, “Everybody thinks Leah pushed me into doing this or asked me to do this. Leah was the last person to get on board with this. I made the decision after going to the races with her.

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“I had so much fun with everything that we’ve done with NASCAR, everything we’ve done with open-wheel racing. This just was a spark that I needed.” Ideally, there shouldn’t be a need to clarify such things. After all, it’s an individual’s choice but some things just cannot be controlled. Furthermore, it only goes to show how protective Stewart is of Pruett.

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Priyank Mithani

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Priyank Mithani is a NASCAR writer at Essentially Sports. Since completing his graduation, he has been pursuing a career in the Media & Entertainment industry. With a zeal to write creative and insightful content, he started his journey as a freelancer in 2018.
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Nischal Kandpal

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