CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Hannah Storm is taking NASCAR fans away from the race track to get an inside glimpse of the personal side of four of the sport's biggest stars.
The ESPN SportsCenter anchor will profile Jimmie Johnson, Brad Keselowski, Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhardt Jr. in Tuesday night's ``NASCAR Face-to-Face with Hannah Storm.'' It's the fourth installment of the one-hour conversation special Storm has developed for ESPN.
She calls it classic programming that doesn't exist in sports right now.
Storm spends time with Earnhardt in the western town he built on his property, shoots guns with Keselowski and goes to a photo shoot with Stewart and an art gallery with Johnson to view the exhibit of his 2011 season.

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