#1 nt the World Cup and we will work with our members in von mary123 23.08.2019 10:45

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -- Tony Stewart will carry each of his Stewart-Haas Racing employees with him for his final NASCAR race.Stewarts No. 14 Chevrolet will have a special paint scheme complete with each SHR employees signature and the words Always a Racer, Forever a Champion as well as pictures of his 18-year career on the hood. A three-time champion, Stewart is retiring after Sundays season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.Stewarts team also will host about 75 SHR guests for the finale. Aside from that, he hopes to keep a low profile through the weekend.We didnt want all the ceremony and distraction this year, Stewart said. We just wanted to focus on the race car and run well and let the NASCAR fans see us race a final time.Stewart asked to skip the pomp and circumstance that accompanied Jeff Gordons retirement last year. Instead, he chose to focus on his team. The result was five top-5 finishes, eight top-10s and a win in June. Stewart passed Denny Hamlin on the last lap at Sonoma Raceway to claim his 49th career victory and earn a berth in the Chase for the championship. Stewart failed to advance past the round of 12, though.In retirement, Stewart plans to race dirt tracks, oversee his World of Outlaws team and Eldora Speedway next year. He also will keep up with his duties at SHR and help Clint Bowyer make the transition as his replacement.Youre going to see me driving a lot next year, but most of it will be on dirt, Stewart said. I kind of look at this as halftime of my career, and Ill still be around the NASCAR garage. Ill just have more time. If I see Richard Petty or anyone else in the garage, I can go over and talk to him now and not have to worry about getting to the car or trying to figure out how to make my car go faster. I can focus now on what I want to do and my job at SHR. The 2025 Rugby League World Cup will be held in North America, it was announced on Sunday.The Rugby League International Federation has endorsed the recommendation of its own board to take the 17th World Cup outside rugby leagues traditional heartland for the first time.The RLIF directors suggested the U.S. and Canada host the 2025 tournament after overlooking them for the 2021 World Cup in favour of England.RLIF chairman Nigel Wood, who is also chief executive of the Rugby Football League, said: The award of the 2025 World Cup to North America is a historic moment in the global development of rugby league.The U.S. and Canada provides world class stadia allied to a significant multi-cultural population which made the bid so persuasive.It is exciting that our sport is expanding into a new destination for our premier event the World Cup and we will work with our members in the U.S. and Canada and Moore Sports International to expand the presence of our sport in these countries during the lead in to the 2025 World Cup.ddddddddddddThe board will now work with Moore Sports International to complete the due diligence and exchange of contracts to complete the award.The decision was made at the RLIF annual meeting in Liverpool, where Wood and Australias John Grant were re-elected as chairman and deputy chairman respectively for the next two years.The next step of the Federation is to complete the international calendar from 2018 onwards, with a crucial decision to be made on the future of the Four Nations Series.RLIF chief executive David Collier said: The decisions arising from our meetings in Liverpool have given fresh impetus to the global expansion of the sport and we look forward to an exciting year in 2017 with the World Cup less than a year away and tickets now on sale for the matches in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. ' ' '

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