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Nascar Driver Live Tweets Daytona 500 Crash From His Race Car [Headlines]

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Brad Keselowski created online excitement by updating his twitter profile while driving in the major race.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 28 february 2012

The Nascar driver Brad Keselowski caused an online stir during Monday’s delayed Daytona 500 race by tweeting from his car and picking up over 100,000 Twitter followers in the process. Keselowski posted a photograph of his view of the incident in which a jet-dryer truck burst into flames after being hit by the Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya with 40 laps remaining. Guardian

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