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Mr. Stewart Goes To Washington…as an owner.

Posted by Amy in General | NASCAR

So Tony Stewart went to Washington, DC with Kevin Harvick to watch the 2014 Champ (Harvick) get recognized at the event.  Here are some pictures of Tony Stewart at the event:

US President Barack Obama (2nd-R) speaks while flanked by NASCAR Champion driver Kevin Harvick (R) Crew Chief Rodney Childers (2nd-L) and owner Tony Stewart (L) during an event to honor the reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion on the south lawn of the White House April 21, 2015 in Washington, DC. Harvick drives the No. 4 Chevrolet for Stewart-Hass Racing in NASCARs Sprint Cup series. (April 20, 2015 – Source: Mark Wilson/Getty Images North America)

Crew Chief Rodney Childers (R) and owner Tony Stewart (L) walk out of the White House during an event to honor the reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick on the south lawn April 21, 2015 in Washington, DC. Harvick drives the No. 4 Chevrolet for Stewart-Hass Racing in NASCARs Sprint Cup series. (April 20, 2015 – Source: Mark Wilson/Getty Images North America)

US President Barack Obama (2nd-R) greets NASCAR Champion driver Kevin Harvick (R) Crew Chief Rodney Childers (2nd-L) and owner Tony Stewart (L) during an event to honor the reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion on the south lawn of the White House April 21, 2015 in Washington, DC. Harvick drives the No. 4 Chevrolet for Stewart-Hass Racing in NASCARs Sprint Cup series.(April 20, 2015 – Source: Mark Wilson/Getty Images North America)

And now for the best- the tweeted photos:

Getting s–t done here in DC. — (Tony Stewart Verified Twitter)

Great to welcome 2014 @NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champ @KevinHarvick, @TonyStewart & @StewartHaasRcng team to DC today (@RepRichHudson Verified twitter – North Caroline US Representative)

Three Amigos at The White House. What a huge honor to be invited there with 2 of my best friends. –(Tony Stewart Verified Twitter)

Washington Selfie ✌️ @TonyStewart @DeLanaHarvick (JJ/@Mother_Function Twitter)

Click here to read the full text of the president’s speech if you are so inclined (link to Jim Utter blog).

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