Transcript for NASCAR's Tony Stewart Confronts Apparent Heckler
Very different kind of sports story this morning, embattled NASCAR driver Tony Stewart who charged into the stands to confront an apparent heckler. ABC's Phillip Mena has the story. Reporter: Racing fans at the annual chili bowl nationals in Oklahoma expect action on the dirt track, but this morning, new video has surfaced about a fiery crash in the stands. With Tony Stewart storming into the crowd Friday night after this fan -- I don't like you and I never have. Reporter: Shouted insults at the championship driver, Stewart quickly fired back. No, I'm not. I think you are. Reporter: The video blowing up at his critic is heating up online. One of the skills is to develop a thick skin and ignore this kind of criticism. Tony's never been that kind of guy. Reporter: His temper has la landed him in trouble in the past. He was fined $25,000 after backing into brad keselowski's car. The three-time sprint cup champion is also facing a wrongful death lawsuit accused of intentionally riding down Kevin ward Jr., killing the 20-year-old driver. I know in my heart it was 100% accident. Because the negative attention surrounding the lawsuit it may have been a good decision to ignore that. Reporter: Officials say no charges are expected against Stewart in this incident. But the man he was arguing with an off-duty Tulsa officer is in -- that deputy's boss saying his officers are held to a higher standard. No word from Tony Stewart about this incident. This upcoming season will be Stewart's last. He plans to retire attend of the year. All right, Phillip, thank
This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.