Stewart to go the distance Sunday?

Tony Stewart said Wednesday he plans to do all of the practicing, qualifying and racing in the No. 20 Chevrolet at Pocono Raceway despite a fractured shoulder.

Stewart said he has a new version of the ButlerBuilt seat he's been running that he thinks will help him at the 2.5-mile triangular track.

"We think it's a better design," Stewart said of the seat, which is slightly wider in the shoulder area than the seat he was using. "It was time to put something new in there. Brian Butler and his staff did an awesome job of accommodating me and getting a seat pumped out in a short amount of time so we would have it for Pocono."

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