Tony Stewart – a multi-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion and sure-fire NASCAR Hall of Famer – has struggled so far in 2015.
He claims only one top-10 finish–a sixth-place showing in a wild rainy race at Bristol in April.
Still, Stewart can make the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup with a win and top-30 points finish.
Sonoma Raceway could be where he clinches that win.
The No. 14 Chevrolet driver is a Mobil(e) one at the Northern California Race track. (Get it? Mobil 1 is his sponsor. #punny)
Stewart owns two wins (12.5%), five top fives (31.2%), nine top 10s (56.2%) and a Coors Light Pole Award in 16 starts at Sonoma. Among active drivers at the 1.99-mile road course, he boasts the most fastest laps run (79), the second-best average running position (12.0), the second-most quality passes (274) and the third-best driver rating (98.8).