I admire Jimmie and congratulate him for his achievements and for the good sport he appears to be. He doesn't have a reputation for abusing other drivers, his sponsors, his crew, or the fans. So--do you want your kids to emulate Jimmie, or Kyle Busch or even Tony Stewart? Kyle and Tony add a lot of entertainment to NASCAR, and each is very gifted in his own way. But Jimmie seems to be a well-rounded, decent guy with a strong focus on his family, who lets his craftsmanship speak for itself. Don't you want your kids to see that a man can be a high achiever and gain respect without the theatrics--and violence? In my book, real men drive real fast, and they don't have to wreck other people--literally or figuratively--to succeed.