Throughout the weekend – but especially during the race – a combination of algorithms and curation will surface the most interesting Tweets to bring you closer to all of the action happening around the track, from the garage to the victory lane.
Anyone watching the Pocono 400 on Sunday -- even if you’re not a current Twitter user -- can visit twitter.com/#NASCAR watch the race unfold from every angle, and get insider access to all the places the cameras can’t take you. For example, teams will update you with information about how their car is performing in the race and what their strategy will be when they come into pit road. You’ll also see photos from the pit and read what the drivers and spotters are saying in the heat of the moment.
Alan makes the call to bring #JeffGordon back to pit road to get another set of fresh tires under caution. #NASCAR #Team24
— Jeff Gordon (@JeffGordonWeb) June 3, 2012
Ever wonder how they get a water bottle to @KyleBusch , now you know. #NASCAR twitter.com/TheKBshow/stat…
— Ryan: #KBShow (@TheKBshow) May 28, 2012
You can visit twitter.com/#NASCAR now to find out what’s happening ahead of the Pocono 400 Presented by #NASCAR. Leading up to the race, you’ll discover how the drivers are doing in training... or @JimmieJohnson’s style when he’s not behind the wheel:
#DaleJr is currently on top of the leader board 45 minutes into Day 2 of testing @poconoraceway. 10 laps run and Lap 9 was fastest.— Laura S. (@Hendrick88Team) June 7, 2012
What that on your head? ---a wig twitter.com/KristineC48/st…— K.C. (@KristineC48) June 3, 2012
Remember to tune in to Twitter and TNT during the race this Sunday June 10 at noon Eastern / 9am Pacific for the complete inside experience. We’re planning to continue this experiment for additional NASCAR races in the Sprint Cup series, so keep checking out twitter.com/#NASCAR throughout the summer.
Posted by Omid Ashtari, Sports & Entertainment Team (@omid)
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