The parents of a sprint car driver struck and killed last year by Tony Stewart believe a wrongful death lawsuit is the only way to hold the NASCAR star accountable.
The family of a young driver struck and killed by Tony Stewart’s car on an upstate New York dirt track filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the NASCAR star Friday.
Tony Stewart will not race Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway, the third Sprint Cup race he’s skipped since his car struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. during a sprint car race.
Everyone’s taking up the ice bucket challenge. But some people in the sports world need ice water dumped on them.
Tony Stewart could still face criminal charges for running down Kevin Ward Jr. with his sprint car, even if the three-time NASCAR champion didn’t mean to kill Ward, hurt him or even scare him.
Tony Stewart will not race Sunday following the death of a sprint car driver who was struck and killed by Stewart at an upstate New York dirt track.
Late Saturday night, CBSLA confirmed that Stewart was racing on a dirt track in upstate New York and was involved in an incident that could lead to his possible arrest.
One of the sports’ biggest crowds in years attended a NASCAR race in Fontana Sunday afternoon.
When dark clouds ominously obscured majestic Mount Baldy north of Auto Club Speedway early in Sunday’s race, NASCAR’s drivers all realized they were probably in for a short day on a long track.
Tony Stewart outdueled points leader Jimmie Johnson on a late restart and pulled away for his first career Sprint Cup win at Auto Club Speedway on Sunday in Fontana.
Tony Stewart outdueled points leader Jimmie Johnson on a late restart and pulled away for his first career Sprint Cup win at Auto Club Speedway on Sunday.