15 ESSENTIAL NASCAR TWITTER FEEDS

I have discovered that the best way to watch races is with the television on, the sound down, MRN on the radio and my laptop open. The laptop is essential, because it allows me to connect with sources at the track who can tell me what is really going on during the race. Sadly, television coverage often misses big stories. I rely heavily on TweetDeck. TweetDeck is a browser that lets me follow multiple Twitter feeds at once. Whom do I follow? I follow almost everyone who follows my Twitter feed - ...

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PERSONAL REFLECTIONS ON THE CLOSING OF NASCAR SCENE

Germain Racing's 2008 Nationwide Series entry with Mike Wallace behind the wheel was author Patrick Reynolds' latest employment before layoffs hit the NASCAR industry. I have lost my job before. It is devastating but part of the business I made my living in. I feel firsthand the pain that many are going through. Careers in professional NASCAR competition are not immune. I was a NASCAR team mechanic in recent years. My last year in competition was 2008 with Germain Racing. The entire industry ...

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HE CAME, HE DROVE, HE ALMOST WON

 CHARLOTTE _ The six NASCAR touring season champions met with members of the media for lunch and a race at the 2nd Annual NASCAR Toyota Champions/Media Karting Showdown at Victory Lane Karting on Tuesday. Ryan Truex represented the NASCAR Camping World Series East, Jason Bowles the NASCAR Camping World West, Andrew Ranger the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, Phillip Morris the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, Donny Lia the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and George Brunnhoelzl III the NASCAR Whel ...

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