Exciting moment where the car racing boss confronts his neighbor for ‘threatening’ his friend’s kids as they walked back from a dinner party
- Matt Stone got involved in a neighborhood brawl
- Just before that, he had invited friends for dinner
Shocking footage has captured the moment when an owner of a car racing company became involved in a heated argument with neighbours.
Matt Stone, owner of Matt Stone Racing, and his wife invited a family to dinner in Helensvale, on the Gold Coast, on Sunday night.
His friend’s teenage sons were then walking home when a resident on the street chased them, believing they were trying to break into a house.
Matt Stone (pictured), owner of Supercars racing team Matt Stone Racing, is involved in a physical altercation with his neighbor on the Gold Cast
Mr Stone claims the children were aggressively threatened before the motor racing team owner, his wife and the teens’ parents tried to intervene.
Footage captured that evening shows tensions boiling over as the neighbor is confronted on his doorstep.
In the video, a woman can be seen holding a pole and prompting the neighbor to yell back.
‘You’re picking up a pole, aren’t you? Are you going to fucking hit me?’ he said.
‘Get off my property c***. What the hell are you going to do? I’ll take all four of you.’
Mr Stone released a statement shortly after the video was shared.
“The children’s parents and I then went to visit the man and my wife was pushed and assaulted and fell to the ground,” he said.
“The man then started filming us and was very abusive. I held out my hand to prevent the man from filming us.
At no point were there any punches from either side. This neighborhood quarrel is regrettable.’
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Queensland Police for comment.
The son of Supercars Hall of Famer Jim Stone, Matt has been running his own racing team since 2011 and earned a place in the Super Championship division in 2018
Matt Stone started his own V8 supercars racing team after leaving his father’s team, Stone Brothers Racing, in 2011.
The team started in the Super2 Championship division in 2011 and secured a place in the Super Championship division in 2018.
Jim Stone and his brother Ross were inducted into the Supercars Hall of Fame after illustrious careers as owners of Stone Brothers Racing.
The team raced between 1998 and 2012, winning championships from 2003 to 2005 and the team championships in the same year.