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Tweeting from the Nascar Track: Driver Gains More Than 100,000 Twitter Followers During Daytona 500

Tweeting from the Nascar Track: Driver Gains More Than 100,000 Twitter Followers During Daytona 500 | Motorsport Media | Scoop.it
Brad Keselowski’s posts during a crash in the Daytona 500 helped him triple his Twitter followers. Talk about the potential perils of tweeting or texting while behind the wheel!
Via KazzaDrask Media
Peter Maze's insight:
I like the fact that Brad was able to interact with his fans during the race, especially the younger generation who will be more in touch with social media. As long as he didn't violate any of NASCAR rules and regulations!
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NASCAR revolutionizes fan and media engagement

NASCAR revolutionizes fan and media engagement | Motorsport Media | Scoop.it
“ The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) wanted to engage with its broad and diverse fan base, gaining a comprehensive view of what fans, reporters, and the general public were saying about the sport.”
Peter Maze's insight:
This new 'portal' from NASCAR is a great idea to help bring fans closer to the action
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Twitter Reacts to NASCAR Penalties Against Michael Waltrip Racing

Twitter Reacts to NASCAR Penalties Against Michael Waltrip Racing | Motorsport Media | Scoop.it
"While NASCAR was handing out its stiffest penalty to date against Michael Waltrip Racing, the NASCAR Twittersphere was on fire with reaction from fans and drivers alike. " http://bit.ly/17Tmtiq
Via The New Media Moguls
Peter Maze's insight:
Some interesting view from drivers and experts regarding the MWR penalties. I personally think that if the team knew what they were doing was against the rules, they surely should have known what the penalties are. It does however shake The Chase standings up, should make for good racing in the following weeks!
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