Welcome to Mirror Driving. Every week, your favorite columnists sit down and give their opinion about the latest NASCAR news and rumors. Love us or hate us, make a comment below and tell us how you feel about what we’ve said! This Week’s Participants: Tom Bowles (Editor-In-Chief; Mondays/Bowles-Eye View & Wednesdays/Did You Notice) Tony Lumbis (Mondays/Rookie Report) …
Obviously, the number one topic following Richmond is the contact between Kyle Busch and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Is Busch getting a bad rap?
Tony Stewart responded to reports he’s leaving Joe Gibbs Racing that he’s got several offers on the table. Where does that leave JGR in filling his seat?
The Sprint Cup Series was idle while the Nationwide Series teams went to Mexico City. Given the huge cost of the trip, should it be the other way around?
Since it was reported that Aaron Fike raced under the influence of heroin, it has come to light that many of NASCAR’s biggest names have never been drug tested.
NASCAR’s CoT did its job at Texas, disintegrating to absorb Michael McDowell’s horrific crash during qualifying. Is it time to stop complaining about the CoT?
Jack Roush announced he would not seek legal action against Michael Waltrip Racing after MWR admitted it had been in possession of a “proprietary part.”
Chrissy Wallace, daughter of driver Mike Wallace, is set to make her debut in one of NASCAR’s top-three series this week. Has Wallace proven her talent?
Sunday’s race — the second on Bristol’s new surface — seemed more competitive than the fall race last year. Is Bristol back after a brief hiatus?
Toyota broke through with their first Sprint Cup win as a manufacturer on Sunday. What else can we expect from them throughout 2008?
Carl Edwards’s win was tainted with word that an oil-tank cover was left off the car following Las Vegas. Is it time for NASCAR to strip a win?
NASCAR did everything possible to get the Auto Club 500 off as scheduled Sunday. But they came up short thanks to Mother Nature and a host of other issues.