Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart gets called out for releasing a “scam” project 

“Tony Stewart announcement was such a big letdown” – Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart gets called out for releasing a “scam” project 

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Three-time NASCAR Cup champion Tony Stewart and has partnered up with Leah Pruett, alongside Tony Stewart Racing to entered the NFT space it’s first of it’s kind in the Racing industry.

The partnership will officially launch on August 23 with a limited-edition drop on TonyStewartNFTs.com website and OpenSea concentrating on Stewart’s historic motorsports career. 

The collection will features a variety of cars Stewart has raced over the years in NASCAR.

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“We’re always looking for new and innovative ways to highlight motorsports and bring unique, one-of-a-kind experiences to our fans, and this partnership with Orange Comet is doing just that,” said Stewart.

“We live in a world where the digital experience is enhancing the live experience, and this collection we’ve created for the racing community blends these two worlds in a way we’ve never seen before.” He added

Following Tony Stewart NFT announcement the NASCAR community gave a negative feedback calling it scam and a Ponzi scheme.

Buyers also will be sent a real-life autographed firesuit. If the series is sold out, one of the 30 buyers will be sent a special real-life 2011 edition NASCAR show car.

The NASCAR Hall of Famer shared a photo of himself with several of his old race cars and on Monday.

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