NASCAR Expert: You Don’t Know What Stewart Was Thinking Or Saw
August 12, 2014 6:39am PST
As we’ve reported numerous times within the past few days, NASCAR driver Tony Stewart recently ran over and killed a fellow driver at a sprint car dirt track in Canandaigua, NY. As many begin to speculate into the death of Kevin Ward Jr., several people have stepped forward to ease tensions saying that you don’t know what Stewart saw or was thinking.
One thing we all know – you’re innocent until proven guilty, not the other way around. As evidence to whether or not Stewart may have acted in a reckless and negligent way is still non-existent, unfortunately for the many that disbelieve his narrative, he is to be considered innocent.
That exact notion is what Sporting News writer, Bob Pockrass, tried to get across when coming on as a guest with Bull & Fox on 92.3 in Clevland, Ohio. During the longwinded interview in which the two hosts, and their admittedly inexperienced minds, tried to make sense of what happened Saturday night.
During that time, Pockrass explained that Stewart was just doing what he loves – to race. Although many people have their opinions on the matter, the writer explained that in all reality, we as spectators and onlookers of the incident don’t know what went on in that car.
According to Pockrass, “You don’t know what he’s thinking, you don’t know what he saw.” Feel free to listen to that here:
What do you guys think – is this a logical way of viewing the Tony Stewart situation? Feel free to let us know in the comments below.