Stewart and co-host Matt Yocum will broadcast live from Charlotte, where they will look back at Smoke's 18-year career behind the wheel in NASCAR's premier series and discuss what lies ahead for him in motorsports.
Listeners will be invited to call in to the show to talk live with Smoke and Yocum and share their memories of Stewart's career.
He scored a career-best sixth-place finish at Talladega Superspeedway in May 2016 while serving as a relief driver for Tony Stewart.
Germain Racing notched two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Championships and two top-10 points finishes in the NASCAR XFINITY Series before making the jump to the nation's top racing series.
Buescher will drive for a newly-created second Chevrolet team at JTG Daughtery Racing in 2017.
Roush Fenway is expected to scuttle Biffle's #16 team, and that could make that team's charter available to the highest bidder - including the new JTG Daughtery entry. I didn't see a light at the end of the tunnel, so I decided I'd rather do something else - even if it means not driving anymore.
More than 170 local non-profits have spent the last two weeks in a big campaign to try to raise 8 million dollars in donations and volunteer efforts.
Jeff Gordon's Children's Foundation that helps fight pediatric cancer is one of the local non-profits eager to help the cause. Gordon will be on hand next week when giving tuesday CLT organizers announce how much money people in charlotte helped raise.(WCNC)() Stewart to host Sirius XM Special tonight: Three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart will host a special edition of his Sirius XM NASCAR Radio show, Tony Stewart Live, tonight, November 29 from to pm/et.
"We can confirm at this time that JTG Daugherty Racing is currently in the process of starting a second team in the NASCAR premier series," JTG Daugherty Racing team owner Tad Geschickter said in a statement.
"We would also like to confirm and welcome Chris Buescher to the team as our driver for the second car.
piloting the #6 and #17 Ford Fusions, respectively, in NASCAR's highest series.
In addition, Kevin Kidd and Tommy Wheeler will lead Roush Fenway's overall competition efforts going forward.
Dillon follows Casey Mears, a seasoned veteran who, over the last six years, has helped build Germain Racing's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series program into a viable organization that has garnered the respect and attention of NASCAR's elite.