Authorities investigating the Tony Stewart racing accident that killed a fellow driver said Monday that "at this time, there are no facts to support any criminal behavior." According to the Sporting News, investigators are now reviewing two different videos of the crash, which occurred at Canandaigua Motorsports Park in New York, and are looking for additional recordings and eyewitness testimony from both spectators and other drivers on the course. 20-year-old, Kevin Ward Jr., was killed Saturday after he got out of his car in what looked like an attempt to confront Stewart during a sprint car race.

Video of the incident has shown Ward gesturing towards Stewart's vehicle as he walked out of his own car and towards the center of the racetrack, where he was run over by Stewart's car. The Ontario County Sheriff Philip Povero said the district attorney "wants to certainly review this." Povero added, "As we speak, at this time, there are no facts that exist that support any criminal behavior or conduct or any probable cause of a criminal act in this investigation."

Stewart has pulled out of a dirt track race scheduled for Saturday at Plymouth Speedway in Indiana, the day before a Sprint Cup race at Michigan International Speedway. There's no word yet on his plans for Sunday's race at MIS.


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