"NASCAR, Aukerman and Aegis have the ability to test whomever they want based on a list of reasons spelled out in the rulebook. That list includes everything from prior arrest record to aroma to "behaviors generally understood to accompany the use of prohibited substances" -- i.e. slurred speech, mental confusion, mood swings, etc."
NASCAR's substance abuse policy at a glance - ESPN
One good thing came out of this tragedy. Nascar has implemented a new rule. No driver is permitted to exit his car after a crash until the emergency response crews arrive...unless the car is on fire. And no driver exiting his car after a crash is allowed to walk back into traffic.
1. he put himself into danger by getting out of his car.
2. He was impaired and not thinking properly of his actions. (no sane person gets out of his car and walks into the middle of a race track).
i don't see how stewart or anyone else is responsible for his death. sure the family could try to sue but the case would be dismissed based on lack of merit.
his death was a result of his own actions and no one else's.
this is why i don't believe in drug use.
as a guy that use to be a drug dealer told our group one day.
drugs only get you in 3 situations.
1. shot at
2. in prison
If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.