Each month in SPEED SPORT Magazine we highlight some of our favorite Twitter posts from racing personalities from various disciplines. Here is the SPEED SPORT Twitter Me This from April 2020.
A.J. Flick (@CompleteChaos2): It’s to the point now where I’m charging transponders just to pretend its race week.
Tommy Johnson Jr. (@TommyJohnson_Jr): So you may not know but I usually don’t shave between races. Since the new revised @NHRA schedule was released yesterday I have been wondering if by the time we run Gainesville in June if I may end up looking like David Letterman.
Donny Schatz (@DonnySchatz): Does anybody know if there’s a candle made that smells like methanol fumes?
Dale Earnhardt Jr. (@DaleJr): I have directed two points of contact to @TimmyHillRacer who have inquired to me about getting him in a sim rig. He’s turned them both down. You’re one interesting dude Timmy. He likes what he has.
Kaz Grala (@KazGrala): I was just leading an ARCA Menards Series race at South Boston as a D Class driver ahead of a Bunch of A’s and the iRacing servers shut down for maintenance before the checkered. Devastating.
James Hinchcliffe (@Hinchtown): Just realized that I did my Thin Mint shopping on the basis I would be traveling a lot more. This could get bad.
Steve Casebolt (@caseboltc9): Treadmill I bought five years ago and never use, it’s your time to shine.
Demetrios Drellos (@demetri_drellos): I think I’m gonna make a life style change. I’m going to get heavily into watching F-1 once this coronavirus stuff ends.
Justin Grant (@JustinGrant40): They say girls brains develop faster than boys. Painfully obvious this is true watching the twins play hide-n-seek.
Jeb Burton (@JebBurtonRacing): I crashed in both races last night running up front. Still trying to figure this @iRacing out.
Jimmie Johnson (@JimmieJohnson): As I add school teacher to my resume, I’m reminded how much I despise math word problems…even at the third grade level.
Andy Lally (@AndyLally): Crazy seeing the COVID-19 testing in the Jones Beach (Long Island, N.Y.) parking lot. That parking lot was the first go-kart race I ever went to. We used cones for the straights and old modified tires for the outside of the corners. 1988. Eastern Kart Racing Association.