@nascarcasm's week in social media: Insane in the rain

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@nascarcasm's week in social media: Insane in the rain
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Time for a quick look at the highlights from NASCAR Twitter this week.

Insane In The Rain

Kudos to all the drivers who take to social media to document the slow descent into madness during a rain delay. A few of our favorites.

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Poor Ryan — dressed to the nines for TV, and nowhere to go. He‘s begging for sustenance, before times get desperate and he stares at Austin Dillon‘s red dress shirt long enough that he starts thinking Austin is a steak.

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Ziploc bags give new meaning to the term “Hey, fresh kicks, bro.”

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These are the words of a driver who clearly drank four mochaccinos assuming the race would resume and doesn‘t want it to be all for naught.

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I mean maybe if you would @ Mother Nature instead of just subtweeting her, Jeb.

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We hear there‘s cake over in the Kaulig Racing hauler but hurry before Blaney gets there.

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That impressive 12th-place finish you earned after a tumultuous day seems to have kickstarted a new tradition. Three Martinsville hot dogs before every race, no exceptions. Some people just want to watch the large intestine burn.

It‘s A Tough Job, But Someone‘s Gotta Do It

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Another painstaking day on the grind for Chase Elliott. For comparison, I once had a job at my town‘s street department where one of my responsibilities was scraping roadkill off the street with a shovel. BRB, gonna rethink my career choices for like five hours.

The Birds Return In The Spring

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I don‘t know who gave Chase the middle finger and I don‘t really care. But all we hear about is how difficult a track Martinsville Speedway is to drive. If that‘s so, then why, may I ask, is it apparently pretty easy to drive an entire lap with one hand? ANSWER ME.

The NextGen Harvicks

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Keelan isn‘t the only Harvick behind the wheel! Looks like Piper already has some racing chops also. In 20 years time, don‘t be surprised to see brother and sister competing in NASCAR, in flying cars powered by kale or whatever we‘re racing at the time.

Also, More Like “DOH!-GECOIN” Amirite

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It‘s OK. Blockbuster passed on purchasing Netflix for $50 million in 2000. Excite passed on purchasing Google for $750,000 in 1999. I don‘t know how this is supposed to make you feel better. You could be crypto-rich arriving at the track every Sunday in a gold-plated stretch modified.