Twitter is full of everyone from fans, media, drivers and everyone in between sharing their opinions on Matt Kenseth‘s two-race suspension. Regardless of which side you stand on for both incidents, this simplified breakdown from our own Vito Pugliese says it all.
— Kevin Harvick (@KevinHarvick) November 3, 2015
How did Kevin Harvick celebrate national Sandwich Day? By ordering a sandwich from his sponsor Jimmy John’s, of course! We can only assume a lot of Harvick fans will now be ordering a number 10 whenever they can from now on (without the tomato.)
— NASCAR_Wonka (@warningtrackbar) November 3, 2015
NASCAR Wonka successfully applied the Panthers slogan into NASCAR terms by sending out this tweet on Monday. Pretty sure the NFL’s Carolina Panthers probably did not have this idea in mind when they came up with it, though….
— nascarcasm (@nascarcasm) November 2, 2015
NASCARcasm had some fun using Photoshop on Monday and created this photo of Jeff Gordon and his son around a Texas longhorn. However, we’re pretty sure Texas Motor Speedway will not be giving Gordon a cow or anything like it!
— Jamie McMurray (@jamiemcmurray) November 2, 2015
Jamie McMurray has found a new way of promoting his sponsors on the racetrack. McMurray sent out this hilarious tweet on Monday that he’s willing to run around like Ricky Bobby while doing an interview on NBC. We’ll see if he really does it!
It was not a dream! It really happened 😊 pic.twitter.com/L7NUqtDdGq
— Ingrid Vandebosch (@ivandebosch) November 2, 2015
Gordon’s wife Ingrid Vandebosch shared some of her favorite photos taken just after Gordon’s win on Sunday at Martinsville Speedway. We’re almost certain these photos will end up on their holiday cards. Nothing like a trip to Victory Lane to commemorate a great year….
Happy for Ned Yost and the @Royals today.
— Dale Earnhardt Jr. (@DaleJr) November 2, 2015
Dale Earnhardt Jr. shared his appreciation for the Kansas City Royals Tuesday. The Royals captured the 2015 World Series title Sunday after winning four of the five games played against the New York Mets. Junior’s dad, Dale Earnhardt Sr. and manager Ned Yost were very close friends growing up.
— Tony Stewart (@TonyStewart) November 1, 2015
Tony Stewart offered his thoughts following Gordon’s win at Martinsville Speedway Sunday. Stewart sent out this tweet congratulating the four-time Sprint Cup Series champion on making the Final Four at Homestead. It’s further proof that racing is one of the biggest families in all of sports.
Danica Patrick shared her Halloween costume Saturday morning at Martinsville Speedway. Who did she dress up as? Herself, of course!
— Jimmie Johnson (@JimmieJohnson) October 29, 2015
Jimmie Johnson shared a throwback family photo of himself dressed up for Halloween when he was a kid. These special looks into an athlete’s past before he became famous can bring fans even closer; that’s certainly something the sport needs today.
Now this is Halloween friends. LOL 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/euqqlXwGrp
— Kenny Wallace (@Kenny_Wallace) October 28, 2015
We’re pretty sure Stewart easily won the best costume of any NASCAR driver this Halloween and quite possibly of all time. What did Stewart dress up as? Well… see the above photo Kenny Wallace shared on his Twitter page! You’re welcome!