Stewart Ends Dominating Day with Wild Wing Finale Victory

In a rain-filled and threatened day, Tony Stewart not only earned an Arizona Speedway one-lap track record in his 410 sprint car but he also claimed victory in the final night of the inaugural Wild Wing Shootout. The three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion picked up the $10,000 purse while leading all 35 laps to earn his first 410 winged sprint car victory since September of 2019.

Dominic Scelzi made chase to the NASCAR Hall of Famer but settled for second, D.J. Netto held the final podium spot while Rico Abreu and Cory Eliason rounded out the top five.

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