I have watched it precisely because of the guys that "know" Stewarts action was intentional and premeditated. Mostly what annoys the f*** out of me is that everyone on the prosecuting side has opereting from the assumption, that before Stewart started the crucial lap that ended up with the accident that killed Ward, Stewart knew that Ward was dead and so he sent his astral projection out of the car right beside the guy with a video camera so that he could get an idea what Ward is going to do and make up his mind to retaliate.
See, nobody on the prosecuting side hasn't bothered at all to put themselves into Stewarts mind and place and operating with what information he had available at the time before the incident occurred. During those 9 seconds Ward was visible Stewart had the corner to navigate and 4 cars ahead of him blocking his view and Ward also being at the front right of his car where the blind spot is. So far nobody, absolutrely nobody has posted a credible chain of events from Stewart points of view that led him to intentionally cause actions that ended up killing Ward.
The prosecuting side is thus far exhibiting only the worst kind of monday morning quarterbacking and as such it is excruciatingly stupid.