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Juan Montoya Leads NASCAR Drivers With Over 265,000 Twitter Followers
Published February 18, 2011
Juan Pablo Montoya leads all NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers with 265,781 Twitter followers as of Thursday afternoon. By comparison, the official NASCAR feed had 61,157 fans. The Montoya figure also dwarfs the next closest driver, Kevin Harvick, who has 59,620 followers for his feed. Dale Earnhardt Jr., long considered to be the most-popular driver in NASCAR, does not have an official Twitter feed, but the front page of his official website offers a link to the JR Motorsports feed, which has 12,147 followers. Five-time defending Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson also does not have an official feed. Tony Stewart lists an official driver feed that has only one tweet taking visitors to the Stewart-Haas Racing website. That site in turn has a front-page link to the Stewart-Haas Racing Twitter page, which has 11,775 followers. Listed below are NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers with official driver Twitter feeds, with the number of followers as of Thursday afternoon (THE DAILY).
NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES DRIVERS WITH OFFICIAL TWITTER FEEDS
|Juan Pablo Montoya||
|Martin Truex Jr.||