That Aged Well: Old driver tweets from Richmond
By Steve Luvender | Saturday, April 17, 2021
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Even though not everybody’s a fan, we took a trip through history to find some old tweets related to Sunday’s race at Richmond Raceway. How well did they age?
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Fair to say that ending last week's race with the car up in flames means it wasn't the weekend a driver had hoped for.
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Taking the week off?
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And, guess what? Just like 2015, we’ve got ourselves a day race at Richmond. Buckle up.
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If Chase Briscoe earns a pit-road speeding penalty this weekend, let us remind him of his own circa-2014 advice.
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Yeah, it’s called a race. The team pays you to make an appearance in the driver’s seat, Kevin!
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We’ve got a feeling this one will age quite well.
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Not this year, Kevin!
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Always wear sunscreen at the track. Always!
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Aric, those are not the lyrics to the song. Unless one of the seven dwarfs was a pirate.
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Ah, back in Virginia! It’s been such a long time — since, well, last week at Martinsville.
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Yes, Chase. Virginia is for racing lovers.
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Sounds like the king of Richmond has weighed in on the debate of whether or not it’s a short track.
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This one’s gonna age gracefully. Sort of like Christopher Bell, who has simply never aged since starting his NASCAR career.
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Uh, Martin, we’ve been over this. No practice this year.
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Matt DiBenedetto cannot find the protein-rich dining options in Richmond that he craves, apparently.
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This tweet, dated in 2016, took place before Matt’s 2017 and 2019 searches for food in the Richmond area. So, it’s pretty safe to say that the burrito was not served to his liking.
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Michael, you’ve really got to talk to Matt DiBenedetto.