Since Saturday night's incident between sprint car racer Kevin Ward Jr.
and NASCAR star Tony Stewart, a lot of questions remain unanswered. Of course the primary one is "Did Stewart see Ward?"
As of now an investigation is being conducted. So far no criminal charges have been brought against Stewart but that could change, according to the latest reports.
At the end of the day though racing is a business, and sponsors are 95 percent of that business. Whether or not Stewart makes it out of this in a pair of handcuffs is one thing. The reality is that this situation will haunt him until the day he dies and remain a blotch on his record to racing fans.
Fans have previously seen Stewart get overheated in MANY situations and act harshly. Was Saturday night another one of those situations or was it simply an accident? Frankly, it may not matter anymore.
That being said, I've got to ask the $64,000 question: is Tony Stewart's racing career OVER?
Tony Stewart and Kurt Busch have an incident at Daytona in practice for the Bud Shootout.
Tony Stewart and Matt Kenseth lock fenders as they battle for the lead and both cars pile into the inside wall.