SYDNEY (AP) - NASCAR star Tony Stewart has been questioned but not charged by police after an altercation at a Sydney track.
New South Wales police spokesperson Joanne Elliott said Sunday that the 39-year-old Indiana driver, who is in Australia competing in sprint-car races, was released after being interviewed at the Rosehill police station.
Elliott said police from Rosehill in western Sydney ``were alerted to an altercation involving two men at a race car track about 7:30 last night.'' She said a ``39-year-old man was arrested at the scene after a 46-year-old man was allegedly hit in the face by a racing helmet.''

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