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Stewart-Ward Investigation Finishing Up; No Timetable Given

Just a little over two weeks since the crash involving Tony Stewart that killed driver Kevin Ward, Jr., authorities are “finishing up” their investigation according to a report by Tom Jensen with Fox Sports. Ontario County Police Department Senior Communications Officer Nathaniel Ross gave no timetable of when the department’s findings would be released.

Tony Stewart has not spoken publicly about the incident and has missed three races so far while the investigation as been under way. Widespread speculation has him out of the No. 14 Chevrolet at least until the investigation is complete.

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Bobbi

Tony is a hot head & likes to pick on the “little guys” He seems to forget he had to learn to. He races these dirt tracks like he does, yes hes a passionate racer but, hes not sprint cup quality anymore. Tony pounded his chest one too many times. I dont for one second believe he intentionally hit Kevin Ward Jr. I do believe he was trying to intimidate him without thinking about what could happen. Yes, Kevin Ward got out of his car in the heat of the moment. Can you say you’ve never done something without clearly thinking it thru in the heat of the moment? Well if you haven’t, congratulations. .. you are perfect! Tony needs to hang up his helmet….. permanently!

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