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  1. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  2. "Then Tony Said to Junior. . ." (eBook) by Mike Hembree, Carl Edwards (Author)
  3. Jeff Hammond to receive Smokey Yunick Award

David Duprey The Associated Press. Ward's dad: Was Stewart jealous over ex-girlfriend? Went up — intentionally wanted to scare him, throw dirt on him, whatever by hitting the throttle and he just totally misjudged it. Witness: Ward walked into tire. I believe his hand hit the top wing and the tire grabbed Kevin.

The above image is a representation of the crash from Stewart's point of view. Stewart's report: Ward should have stayed in car. Dueling engineering reports in the lawsuit paint vastly different scenarios of what happened. The report places blame on Ward, who should have remained in his vehicle after impact. The image above shows Ward's footsteps toward Stewart's vehicle after the vehicle in front, driven by Chuck Hebing, passes. From Stewart's engineering report. Ward's family report: Stewart 'drifted' into victim. His car took a different trajectory than the other cars that had passed Ward.

Graphic above from the Ward family's engineering report. Deputy: Stewart 'extremely distraught'. Stewart told me he lost sight of Ward for a moment as he continued through the turn. Report: Ward smoked marijuana before race. A toxicology report showed that Ward had smoked marijuana within hours of the race. But the family disputed that. Ward Jr.

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Stewart: Love him or hate him. Stewart is the type of personality race fans love or hate. Or when he lit up his own pit crew, accusing them of giving away a close race. Stewart acknowledged paying tens of thousands in fines for his tantrums. Stewart: No counseling for anger issues.

"Then Tony Said to Junior. . ." (eBook) by Mike Hembree, Carl Edwards (Author)

Question: All right. Would you say that you have had a -- had some issues with your anger throughout the course of your life? Stewart: Occasionally. Question: And have you, in fact, sought any counseling or treatment for that? Answer: No, sir You've been crosswise with some of your fellow competitors before, true? Answer: All of us have been crosswise with each other at some point, yes. Not just myself. All of us. That's the nature of our sport. Ward: Big racing dreams, minor scrapes with law. Ward grew up around cars and was an experienced amateur racer.

He hoped to compete in the highest level of sprint car racing, the World of Outlaws. But Ward had his growing pains, too. Ward did community service and paid a fine. Ward's previous dust-up over 'slide job'. There was also an incident involving another amateur racer, Chuck Hebing. Ward Sr. Kevin comes back. The side of his face is all red. Ward's family: Stewart had complimented his racing before.

The first time, Ward Sr. Pictured: Kevin Ward Jr. Stewart: I don't remember meeting Ward before. Stewart: No, sir.


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Question: Had you not met him before? Stewart: Not to the best of my knowledge. Do you know whether or not you had raced with him before? Stewart: I don't know that. I would assume I have, but I don't -- I don't know that for sure…. Question: You would have had -- if you didn't think you knew who Kevin Ward, Junior was, is it fair to say you wouldn't have had anything -- held anything for him or against him prior to the start of the race?

Stewart: Correct. Stewart: Racing sprint cars for fun. Stewart, who retired from professional racing in , never stopped competing at the small tracks where he cut his teeth as an amateur racer. This was just for fun: Stewart said it cost him money to run in the smaller races.

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His crew chief got the car shipped to the track and Stewart arrived with friends for the race. Photo: Regan Smith of Cayuga County. The Associated Press. Read more: The most famous athlete from each of New York's 62 counties. So whether you're a fan of racing legends such as Richard Petty, Darrell Waltrip or David Pearson or just want to learn some interesting facts from some of today's hottest drivers such as Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

About the author: Mike Hembree, a newspaper and magazine journalist in North and South Carolina for 35 years, has written or cowritten 13 books on a variety of subjects, including five on stock-car racing. Hembree has won numerous national, regional, and state writing and reporting awards, including a national first place in investigative reporting from the Associated Press Sports Editors Association. In he was named the winner of the Henry McLemore Award for career achievement in motorsports journalism. Welcome , Guest Login Create Account. Shopping Cart Checkout. Always a Big Books Echoes of Few and Chosen For the Love of Game Changers Game Day Join Mailing List.

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