RaceDayCT Socially Acceptable: #FieryFury

A semi-regular look at what’s making waves on social media in racing and maybe even beyond 


The battles off the track between Modified chassis builders and dealers have been heating up the social airwaves this week, starting with the announcement below from Troyer Race Cars …


Posted by Troyer Race Cars on Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Leading to the following response from Northeast Race Cars & Parts owner Brad Lafointaine …


New England still waits for the first significant snowfall of winter, and yet we can already see signs that racing season is on the horizon …

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Next stop, @disupdates

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Speaking of the snow, while the folks in Daytona ready for some speed this weekend, New England’s biggest speedway looks like this …


It might be January, but Doug Coby’s Twitter biting game remains in mid-season form, as shown here in his applauding of Keith Rocco’s struggles when it comes to indoor racing …


Just gonna leave this here …


Just admit it, you’re looking forward to seeing this cat back on track at Stafford in 2019 …


Still time to get in on this contest and grab some cool LFR swag …

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