NASCAR's Tony Stewart enjoyed a different type of track when he slid down the Mt. Van Hoevenberg Olympic Sports Complex combined bobsled/luge/skeleton track, in Lake Placid Friday, March 11. Instead of doing the driving himself, Stewart left it to 2010 Olympic four-man bobsled gold medalist Steve Holcomb, and his teammate, Curt Tomasevicz, on the brakes. Through three races this season, Stewart, who drives the #14 Mobil/Office Depot Chevrolet, is tied with Kurt Busch for the Sprint Cup Series lead, with 113 points apiece. Stewart won the series crown in 2002 and has 39 career NASCAR victories. Stewart made it down the Mt. Van Hoevenberg Olympic Sports Complex track with U.S. bobsled driver Steve Holcomb and his teammate, Curt Tomasevicz.