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NASCAR death

NASCAR death

source:  ESPN

One of America’s favorite sport franchise, the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) was first founded in 1948 with jurisdiction in Canada, United States, Mexico and Europe. NASCAR offers three top racing series which are:

  • Sprint Cup Series
  • Nationwide Series
  • Camping World Truck Series

This family owned business has grown into large proportions and it offers unprecedented car racing action. The following is the current top five drivers ranking:

  1. Brad Keselowski Racing  /  Ryan Blaney

 

  1. ThorSport Racing   /  Johnny Sauter

 

  1. ThorSport Racing   /  Matt Crafton

 

  1. Turner Scott Motorsports  /  Ron Hornaday Jr

 

  1. Kyle Busch Motorsports   /   Darrell Wallace Jr
source: http://www.nascar.com/

This past Saturday Nationwide Series race at Watkins Glen International, NASCAR suffered a low blow when Kevin Ward Jr.’s death occurred in a sprint car race. The fatal incident involved a car driven by Tony Stewart. Here are a couple of quick videos involving the NASCAR accident

Another video of the NASCAR accident with Kevin Ward Jr

 

“That is just common sense to have a rule that says guys stay in your cars,” Gossage told USA TODAY Sports. “Obviously safety trumps entertainment. We can joke and carry on about it, but safety, safety, safety. It’s a no-brainer in that regard.”

20-year-old race car driver Kevin Ward Jr. was killed Saturday night after he was struck on the track by Tony Stewart. The Ontario County Sheriff’s Department confirmed deputies were on the scene and investigating an incident at the track before Povero spoke with the media. A video of the crash at Canandaigua Motorsports Park revealed driver Ward, wearing a black helmet and firesuit on a dimly lit track, walking toward Stewart’s car before being hit and hurtled 50 feet on the racetrack.

2014 NASCAR Crash

2014 NASCAR Crash

source:  ESPN

“It happened in Turn 2,” said the 27-year-old Dulski. “The prior lap, Tony had gotten into him – just spun him, nothing big, just spun him around. The caution came out. He hopped out of the car – the driver of the 13 … he hopped out to go and yell and point a finger at Tony, typical thing. Tony came around … the back end slid out, and he definitely caught him – I couldn’t tell if it was with the front or the back of the car. … The body made contact with the car and went sliding across the track. It was the worst thing I’ve ever seen.”

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends, and fellow competitors of Kevin Ward Jr.,” NASCAR said in a statement Sunday. “We support Tony Stewart’s decision to miss today’s race and we will continue to respect the process and timeline of the local authorities and will continue to monitor this situation moving forward.”

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