Tony Stewart became the 22nd different winner in the NASCAR Nationwide Series at New Hampshire Motor Speedway today.

Stewart took the checkers under caution in the Camping World RV Sales 200 presented by He beat out Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch for the win.

The win was particularly meaningful for the No. 20 team, as crew chief Dave Rogers, who hails from Marshfield, Vt., grew up watching races from the grandstands at the speedway.

After the race, Stewart gave Rogers much of the credit, commenting, "We were a top-five car all day and we could lead for a little but we'd get too tight and guys would catch us. That last stop was what won us the race, and that was Dave's call."

It might have been a team effort, but Stewart is no stranger to victory lane at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Although this was his first win in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, Stewart has won at the speedway three times - once in an Indy Car, and twice in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

Sunday, Stewart will have the chance to add to his impressive resume at New Hampshire Motor Speedway when the flag drops on the LENOX Industrial Tools 301, at 2:00 p.m.

Camping World RV Sales 200 presented by Official Race Results