KANNAPOLIS - Tony Stewart says he doesn't need to talk to Kevin Ward Jr.'s family because his "closure" comes from his belief the deadly crash that killed the up-and-coming NASCAR driver was an accident. "At this point, I don't need to talk to them for closure. I know what happened. I know it was an accident," Stewart said. Stewart struck and killed the 20-year-old driver during an August 9 dirt track race. Stewart did say he was willing to talk to the Ward family if it helps them with their grieving. "I want to be available to them if they want to talk about it." Five days ago a US grand jury announced it had decided not to charge Stewart, a decision that was slammed by Ward's family, who said they didn't consider the case closed and would "pursue all remedies".–AFP