Social Media

Twitter

I am not a prolific user of social media as will be seen on my Twitter feed.  Originally tempted onto Twitter to follow the office and coaching staff from Coventry Blaze.   So what started as keeping abreast of happenings in ice hockey lead to frequent views of the timeline.  Eventually I took the plunge and started posting.   The BriSCA boys took a while to pick up on social media but are now more inclined to interact with the fans.
 
The Twitter feed of recent posts consists mainly of retweets and photos.  I have a tendency to keep opinions to myself.  Social media seems to attract conflict, which I try to avoid. 
 
I’m also compiling a Twitter list for users who a connection to or interest in BriSCA F1 or UK oval racing in general.

Social Media
THE FUTURE OF BRISCA F1 – PART THREE: THE SHOW
Neil Randon discusses how BriSCA F1 can learn lessons from the past to encourage more fans to stock car meetings https://t.co/upwy4qRkU6
My first ever win at Birmingham and potentially my last ever win at Birmingham.
@bhamwheels https://t.co/ExkEbBtcp4
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FOR SALE! Current #22 car, brand new for 2021. Big HP & torque, comes re-bumpered & nerfed, with all spares/wheels&tyres. #fullpackage https://t.co/ZfcbsbRQmJ stoxGOLD photo
Share this handy video to show what happens to the heart's ventricles during #heartfailure. #ExploreTheHeart
Beautiful example of 50 years of evolution of a BriSCA F1 stock car. From the wide open cockpit and 'clean' paintwork showing name number & engine only to the brightly coloured aero-foiled & multi-sponsored beasts of today. Both of their time and a feast for the eyes. https://t.co/D7SUOWpjLl

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