The NMPA Myers Brothers Award is presented in the names of pioneer NASCAR competitors Billy and Bobby Myers. Past recipients are a virtual who’s-who of the industry – drivers, owners, track operators, sponsors and members of the media – and include nearly every current member of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Stewart was cited for a longtime body of work – and specifically for his role in taking NASCAR back to its roots. He and his staff at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, produced the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series “Mudsummer Classic,” the sanctioning body’s first national points competition on a dirt surface in more than four decades.
- Stewart wins NASCAR NMPA Myers Brothers Award (motorsportstalk.nbcsports.com)
- Stewart ‘Humbled’ By Receiving Media Award (racintoday.com)
- Day Three: Sprint Cup Series Champion’s Week (fan4racing.com)
- Tony Stewart humbled by NMPA Myers Brothers Award during Vegas Champion’s Week (examiner.com)