@nascarcasm's Week in Social Media: Everybody dirts

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@nascarcasm's Week in Social Media: Everybody dirts

Time for a quick look at the highlights from NASCAR Twitter this week.

Dirt So Good

The practice sessions for the Bristol Dirt Race were a big, dirt-covered question mark before getting underway. Would the drivers approve?

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OK, so that bodes well.

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Dang, this dirt track‘s gonna get a good Yelp! Review, it would seem.

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Let‘s keep these solid reviews coming!

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OK, Matt just wants more occasions to say “Oh no, my shirt is so dirty … ” and then rip it off Hulk-Hogan style in front of everyone else, BUT cool to know there‘s such universal love for the Bristol dirt.

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OLD COMMERCIAL QUOTE WARNING: You and me both, Jr.

 

Other dirt nuggets

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Wearing white to the dirt track is quite brave, Brad‘s car. Stay tuned later today for what will be a very dirty “after” picture.

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Safe to say that Joey was certainly “digging” the track! I‘m so sorry. Keep scrolling.

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At first you laugh. But then you realize that‘s something that we could maybe pull off with Elon Musk‘s help.

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KFB. (Kyle Funny Busch)

 

Hey Hamlin, I Like Your PJ‘s (Proficient Jokes)

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The Twitter king. Crown this man.

 

That Jones (Good) Boy

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Oscar‘s like “I really appreciate the goggles but did you happen to remember I spend several hours every day digging and burying your belongings in the yard?”

 

Mullet Over

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This is quality content. Joey may not have much experience with dirt, or Photoshop, but we enjoyed this.

 

The Notorious R.I.G.

Yeah, William Byron‘s an iRacing prodigy, but let‘s take another moment to bow in fealty to his sim rig…

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William can iRace, surf the web, stream TV shows and movies, and order food from this thing. There is literally no reason to ever leave it. I suppose to shower, but who really needs to do that if you‘re like William and have enough scented candles burning all the time that will mask the funk.

Social Media Superstar Of The Week — Alex Bowman

During the Pro Invitational Event at Bristol, Alex Bowman once again showed why he‘s a must-follow during iRacing events when he probably should be driving and not tweeting but whatever.

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Computers never update when it‘s convenient. They wait until you have a paper due in an hour, the new Jordans are about to go on sale, and when your heat race begins in five minutes.

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At this point we start to wonder if Alex should be wearing his helmet and HANS device in the actual sim rig.

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Don‘t change them. Always have a ready-to-use excuse if things go haywire. In this case, dead batteries. Works for everything from wrecking another guy on track to blocking the Suez Canal for three days with your boat.

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Thank you for the honesty and the entertainment, Alex. That‘s why you‘re the Social Media Superstar of the week. Also, install any updates well before the next Pro Invitational Series race.