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Interesting / Humorous Tony Stewart Article

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Here's an interesting / humorous un-cut and uncensored article on Tony Stewart. Enjoy.

http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/22694010/where_theres_smoke

Sifty, if you cannot allow the link, go ahead and edit my post.

You can also simply google "Rolling Stone Tony Stewart article" to find it.

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I don't think steroids would be used in NASCAR. There wouldn't be any benefits in racing that I could think of. And if you are saying you think Tony is runnin on roids, I highly doubt it. He is too fat and lazy.

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He's probably talking about Hornaday admitting he took HGH before NASCAR banned it, which is really a non-issue because it was prescribed for medical reasons anyway.

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Oh, my bad. I still don't see a reason it would be an issue. Yes, it is a very physical sport, the drivers have a lot of forces put on their bodies. That said, it isn't anything that would be helped by using roids.

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Of course there is an advantage in using Performance Enhancers in Nascar.... one you can train harder and more effectively which most of drivers are doing now, look at JJ and Carl Edwards they are fitness freaks. Increasing your cardiovascular and physical strenght helps in a huge way with driving these cars the amount of hours they do throughout the long grinding season.

And of course the recuperation you get from these pills and Creams helps immensely with their training and injuries.

I have no doubt many of the racers are taking Performance Enhancers and the pit crews sure as heck are taking them in droves this is BIG business now.

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