Yes, that headline is totally serious.
Matt Kenseth, the driver we glowingly refer to as Flatline in our race-day chats because of his sarcastic and dry wit and seemingly monotone interviews recently signed up for Twitter.
Heck, Twitter has become such a powerful tool that Jeff Burton has started tweeting. (Contrary to popular belief, Twitter doesn't cut off Joe Nemechek's tweets after 35 characters.) Jimmie Johnson used it to defend his team's actions at Daytona after they pitted and Dale Earnhardt Jr. didn't, and Brad Keselowski has even held a Twitter press conference.
But -- so far -- Twitter isn't powerful enough to get Junior and Tony Stewart to start tweeting yet. Will it only be a matter of time before they sign on?