It seems Tony Stewart can't avoid staying out of trouble. Once again he is being put into the negative spotlight for an incident that occurred between he and an off-duty police officer who was heckling him at the 2016 Chili Bowl Racing Event in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Police are currently investigating the incident.
After over 15 years in NASCAR Tony Stewart has decided to retire after the 2016 season. The past few seasons have not been kind to the 45-year-old owner and racer. During the 2013 season Stewart missed the final 15 races due to a leg injury. In 2014 he had to deal with the fallout from the death of Kevin Ward Jr. and now in 2015 he is having the worst season of his career currently sitting 25th in
Hard to believe, but Sunday will mark the 1 year anniversary of the death of Kevin Ward Jr. He was killed at Canandaigua Motorsports Park after being struck by Tony Stewart's car. Friday, the family filed a wrongful death suit in the case.
No charges will be filed against NASCAR driver Tony Stewart in the death of Kevin Ward Jr. of Port Leyden.
A grand jury finished hearing the case earlier today where they determined that Ward's death was an accident.
The Associated Press is reporting that District Attorney Michael Tantillo also said Ward was under the influence of marijuana that night "enough to impair judgement...