Monday, 11 August 2014

Watch How Tony Stewart Killed Kevin Ward Jr during Race

Watch NASCAR Champ Tony Stewart Striking and Killing the Driver Kevin Ward Jr with his Sprint Car during the Race after hitting the later out of the Race in a Raw spectator video

NASCAR Champ Tony Stewart Striking and Killing the Driver Kevin Ward Jr with his Sprint Car during the Race  via geniushowto.blogspot.com videos


It wasn't long back when the NASCAR champ and the Upstate sprint driver Kevin Ward Jr were racing together bringing the high intensity rivalry the two have had on the racing tracks but unfortunately the rivalry saw a terrible ending with Tony Stewart crashing his sprint car into angry Kevin Ward Jr. Apparently as the race started Tony Stewart's car collided with Kevin Ward Jr's car getting him out of the race which angered Kevin who jumped out of his car to confront Tony Stewart as he moved towards the track to confront Tony as he returned after the next lap but unfortunately Tony's car couldn't see Kevin who was wearing black attire at the time of the accident and was knocked by Tony Stewart's car bringing a tragic death to the 20 year old driver Kevin Ward Jr. Police have been investigating the case using the raw videos and footage available including the audio captured to identify the cause of the death. Meanwhile NYDaily News reported a controversial statement mentioning about Tony's anger issues (nicknamed Smoke) and statement of running over Kevin during 2012 racing season bringing a rivalry point of view behind the accident. What do you think ? Was it a Murder or an Unfortunate accident? (Warning Graphic Footage)

Update: Tony Stewart will not face criminal charges in the death of sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr as a grand jury Michael Tantillo decided that there was not enough evidence to support any negligence by the three-time Cup champion besides that Kevin Ward Jr had enough marijuana in his system to impair judgement as Ward Jr might have been under the influence of the Marijuana during the Race. While relieved Tony Stewart showed appreciation towards all the support he received during the trail.