Social Media


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, StockcarGOLD
Great to be able to catch up on the @BSCDAF1 British Championship, thanks to coverage back on @PremierSportsTV. Looks as though @YorStox did a good job with the track maintenance in the damp conditions.
'Significant' - Birmingham Wheels site to be sold and redeveloped let’s see who buys it and then we will fully appraise them of the disgraceful way @BhamCityCouncil has acted. This is far from over!
BSCDA British Drivers Championship result @ Bradford: 197, 16, 515, 1, 20, 418, 21, 502, 34, 446, 94, 338 #BriSCAF1 stoxGOLD photo
Oval racing is one of the few sports where women and men compete on equal terms. records were set at the weekend with 6 Women drivers in BriSCA F1 & 7 in BriSCA F2, as well as 9 stars of the future in the ministox @skegnessraceway @RachelBrookesTV @NaomiSchiff @Stoxnet stoxGOLD photo