We are creeping closer and closer to the start of the 2021 Nascar season. The Daytona 500 will kick off the new Nascar season on February 14th. During the offseason, I always turn to the Nascar Twitter world for all my news on the sport. So, before we get the engines roaring, and get the left turns going, let me share my favorite Nascar Twitter follows.

Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass)

My first stop in Nascar Twitter for any news on the sport is Bob Pockrass. Pockrass is the Nascar Twitter encyclopedia. He recently made a list of the most memorable moments of the 2020 season that you should definitely check out. I’m sure most of you already follow Pockrass, but those who haven’t need to get to it. Give Bob a follow @bobpockrass on Twitter. You can thank me later.

Nascarcasm (@nascarcasm)

I need a little comedy in my life when watching a race, especially if Harvick isn’t having the best day. The best Nascar Twitter account to follow for your comedy needs is @nascarcasm. The owner of this account never misses a beat during a race. Nascarcasm is also a great follow for any sporting event.

If you’re looking for a laugh at your favorite driver’s expense, this is the top account to follow.

Dave Moody (@DGodfatherMoody)

Following Dave Moody on Twitter has been a delight. He isn’t afraid to speak his mind and shares the love for this sport we all have. Moody is the host of Sirius XM Speedway and is the lead turn announcer on the Motor Racing Network. If you can’t be in front of a TV mowing down Busch Lights on a Sunday, MRN is one of the best places to follow the race. Give Moody a follow @DGodfatherMoody.

Daytona can’t come soon enough. My Dale mustache is growing in nicely, and I’m ready to watch the madness that is the Daytona 500. These are some of my favorite accounts to follow in the Nascar Twitter world. I’d love to hear from you about who you follow to get your Nascar fix. Let’s spread the love of this sport and get ready for another exciting Nascar season. Racing season is here!

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