Fans react to Tony Stewart's SRX Racing's latest move

“Unexpected as F**k” – Fans react to Tony Stewart’s SRX Racing’s latest move

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Superstar Racing Experience (SRX)’s latest driver recruitments for the upcoming season have taken fans by surprise. 

The series created by Tony Stewart and Ray Evernham will come back this summer for its third edition. The short track series, which debuted in 2021, comprises identically prepared cars racing across six tracks in the U.S.

Stewart himself drivers in the series, but most of the drivers’ lineup consists of drivers from different racing disciplines and drivers who are not necessarily active in the sports. Additionally, the series also invites drivers from the Cup Series to take part in the competition. The likes of Chase Elliott, Hailie Deegan and Ryan Newman have already participated in the competition.

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The coming season will see Deegan and Newman return to the series. Additionally, Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick and Clint Bowyer have also decided to take part in select races in 2023.

However, Brad Keselowski’s addition has taken people by surprise as he will be running the entire six races and not just part-time.

Fans reacted to SRX’s full-time lineup with different opinions. The inclusion of Keselowski surprised many given his commitment to the Cup Series too.

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