Say what you will about NASCAR driver Tony Stewart, but the man knows how to celebrate a win. Judging by a video shared on social media, it doesn't even matter whether that win is on or off the track.
The 45-year-old driver spent most of Wednesday evening getting his game on at the Cabarrus County Fair in Concord, North Carolina. Before heading to Chicago for Thursday's Chase Media Day, Stewart spent time playing fair games with a group of friends that included Kurt Busch's crew chief Tony Gibson.
Gibson posted a video of Stewart on Twitter that showed the NASCAR driver sitting down to compete in a water gun contest against some friends. He posted the brief clip with the caption: "Someone takes this fair stuff pretty serious!!"
When the buzzer rang, Stewart used laser-like focus to win the competition. After Stewart had bested his opponents, he celebrated the only way he knew how. He jumped up on his stool, and then to rub it in everyone's faces Stewart began screaming like he just won the Sprint Cup.
According to Gibson, Stewart also won five fish trophies throughout the night.
Another fellow NASCAR driver, Dale Earnhardt Jr. enjoyed an evening at the fair. He posted a video of one of the carnival rides with the caption: "Enjoyed our time at the Cabarrus County fair last night."
Be sure to tune in on Sunday as the Sprint Cup Chase kicks off at Chicagoland Speedway with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400.
[H/T Fox Sports]