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 September 2020.
Sean Rayhall (@seanrayhall): Don’t you wish they served 3/4 rack of ribs? Let’s be honest. 1/2 isn’t enough and full is too much. #fatkidproblems
Justin Grant (@justingrant40): Left a fish oil capsule in my pocket. Pretty confident that whole load of clothes is trash. Maybe the washer. Possibly the laundry room.
Ryan Eversley (@RyanEversley): The world needs more Cole Pearn.
Parker Price-Miller (@parker_pm9): Pet peeve: If there are eight other gas pumps available and your car takes gasoline, don’t take up the only diesel pump available … then proceed to take your time inside! #MondaysSuck
Rico Abreu (@Rico_Abreu): One of the best lessons you can learn in life is to master how to remain calm.
Alex Bowman (@AlexBowman88): Just watched somebody put avocado on a chicken nugget … 2020 is wild y’all.
Brian Gerster (@briangerster): If only the entire country could work together like a sprint car work area!
Dominic Scelzi (@DominicScelzi41): That’s it. I’m starting a blog. What should I name it? “Cheating the cushion when you don’t need to” or “Missing the bottom and floundering through the middle.”
Ty Gibbs (@TyGibbs_): Can’t wait to go to Iowa and look at corn fields.
Jordan Taylor (@jordan10taylor): If I had $10 for every time I spoke to a NASCAR team about a road course race, I’d probably have enough money to do a NASCAR road course race.
Spencer Pumpelly (@SpencerPumpelly): Corners don’t hurt drivers. Lack of runoff doesn’t hurt drivers. High speeds don’t hurt drivers. Bad barriers hurt drivers. They are everywhere.
Doug Boles (@jdouglas4): Man. I hate burnouts on a track.
Rico Abreu (@Rico_Abreu): Special request to all the kids returning to school: If you someone who is struggling to make friends or being bullied because he/she doesn’t have many friends because they are shy or not dressed in the most “in” clothes, please step up! Say hi or at least smile at the in the hallway. You never know what that person may be facing outside of school. Your kindness just might make a BIG difference in someone’s life.