Tony Stewart was uninjured after the sprint car he was driving flipped five times during a race on Monday night at Ohsweken Speedway in Ontario.
The crash was Stewart's third in a sprint car in July. The Sprint Cup driver and team owner regularly drives on dirt tracks such as the 3/8-mile oval in Canada and is scheduled to run in similar events throughout this week.
"Tony Stewart is fine," Stewart-Haas Racing spokesman Mike Arning told USA Today. "He walked away from (Monday) night's accident unhurt and will race (Tuesday night) in the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series feature event at Ohsweken Speedway in Ontario, Canada."
Stewart is the defending champion in the World of Outlaws feature event that was to be run Tuesday night.
The three-time Sprint Cup champion was coming off a fourth-place finish in the Brickyard 400 on Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Ryan Newman, driving a car owned by the Stewart-Haas team, won the race.
Stewart said after Sunday's race at Indy that the event at Ohsweken was a rest night for him, but he went upside down while battling Shane Stewart, who is not a relative, for the lead. Fortunately for Stewart, he walked away from the single-car incident.
Stewart also hosted NASCAR's first dirt-track event in 43 years last Wednsday at Eldora Speedway, a track he owns in Ohio.