Roush told investigators he became concerned that his descent path to the runway would conflict with the Piper Cub, and as a result he overshot the runway centerline during his turn to final. At this point, according to the accident report, he decided to abort the landing. Roush said he “initiated a go-around, increasing engine power slightly, but not to takeoff power” as he looked for additional traffic to avoid. He estimated that he advanced the throttle levers “probably a third of the way to the stops,” and as he looked for traffic, the stall warning stick-shaker and stick-pusher systems activated almost simultaneously as the right wing stalled. The airplane subsequently collided with terrain in a nose-down, right-wing-low attitude.