Drive Wire for November 21st, 2016: Tony Stewart and Mark Webber Both Retire From Racing
Two legends, two careers, countless memories.
Hi, I’m Max Goldberg and this is Drive Wire for Monday November 21st, 2016.
Today on Drive Wire we dive into an emotion weekend for the race world. Both Tony Stewart and Mark Webber retired after long and successful careers.
Wrapping up his career in the World Endurance Championship, Webber proudly finished 3rd in Bahrain this past weekend. After winning nine F1 races and making the podium 42 times, Webber was a force to be reckoned with.
During his brief stent in the World Endurance Championship, Webber won the 2015 title for Porsche.
But Webber wasn’t the only person who hung up his helmet this weekend. The legendary Tony Stewart retired after a successful 21 year career in NASCAR. With an astounding 49 victories under his belt, Stewart finally finished his last race. Before departing from the sport, countless fans, crews, and drivers honored the driving at Homestead-Miami Speedway this past weekend.
The Drive wishes both drivers the best of luck with their retirement.
That’s it for Drive Wire on November 21st, 2016. I’m Max Goldberg; thanks for watching, and please check out The Drive for more on the big stories from the transportation world.
MORE TO READ
Drive Wire for November 18, 2016: The 2018 Jeep Compass Makes U.S. Debut at the L.A. Auto Show
Americans only get one engine, but at least we can spec a stick.
Drive Wire for November 17th, 2016: What Has Debuted at the L.A. Auto Show So Far.
See everything from a mid-engined Porsche to a NISMO Sentra.
Drive Wire for November 16, 2016: Man In Mustang Doing 208 MPH Arrested in Oklahoma
How did this even happen?
Drive Wire For November 16th, 2016: GM Finally Reveals the Chevy Colorado ZR2
It’s as if Chevy knows what we have been dreaming about.