Tony Stewart is as unbearable when he wins as he is - or used to be - when he loses. During a recent visit to the No. 20 team hauler, Stewart was horsing around with four or five crewmen in the narrow center aisle, demonstrating what he called "state police holds," which then erupted into half-serious wrestling matches.
"You going to do any work today, Blake, or you just going to stand there?" he asked, slightly winded.
"Yeah, we need to get to work on that belly you got," was my reply.