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Everything You Missed on Social Media This Week

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NASCAR social media is very active, even throughout the offseason. Here are some of the highlights of NASCAR social media from this week.

What Are Drivers Up to?

Derek Kraus is getting ready for the Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway this weekend. He is one of many NASCAR drivers on the entry list for one of the biggest late model races of the season.

Jake Finch is making his broadcasting debut. He will be the color commentator for Racing America’s coverage of the Snowflake 100 on Saturday.

Brett Moffitt and his wife, Stephanie, announced they are anticipating a new baby. Congratulations to the Moffitt family!

Sam Mayer recently posted a picture from his time in Zambia. He is working with the Starkey Foundation to help kids with hearing disabilities.

Ryan Blaney has a fan in fellow Penske Racing driver and 2023 Indianapolis 500 winner, Josef Newgarden. Newgarden showed off a tattoo on his leg depicting Blaney, playoff beard and all, next to the Championship trophy.

Matt Weaver recently sat down with NASCAR free agent, Noah Gragson. Gragson discussed what he learned from the suspension and how he is continuing to move forward.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. was a guest on The Money Lap podcast this week with Parker Kligerman and Landon Cassill. In this clip he talks about NASCAR teams working to get more involved in late model racing as time goes on.

Plenty of NASCAR drivers and other industry executives started dancing on stage during the NASCAR Awards in Nashville. Flo Rida invited them up on stage, and the dance part began.

Lionel Die-Cast

Lionel has released a prototype of their new Elite Premier series of die-casts. The new die-casts will be released in 2024. More information on them can be found here.

Top Daily Downforce Tweets

Fans debated on The Daily Downforce’s Twitter account whether or not Danica Patrick belongs in the NASCAR Hall of Fame. While her stats will not get her in, will her historic impact on the sport get her into the race?

We also asked fans what race every NASCAR fan needs to see before they die. Would it be one of NASCAR’s “Crown Jewels” or another race that you find fun?

Be on the lookout for all of these things on social media, we can’t wait to talk NASCAR with you throughout the offseason.

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