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Here are some NASCAR personalities that didn't make the list but are worth a follow. To find them, just type their name into the search on the top of your Twitter page.
Jeff Gluck- Great for NASCAR news and the organizer of weekly Tweet Ups at the NASCAR races (that have included drivers and other NASCAR personalities).
Marty Smith- A good way to get a new twist on NASCAR news while also getting some redneck flavor with his other tweets. Also a proud member of the tight shirt club.
Michael Waltrip- Just as funny on Twitter and he does fit a few sponsor plugs in as well. A good one to follow if you want a down to earth guy that obviously loves talking to his fans.
Mother_Function- Kevin Harvick's sidekick. If you want to be entertained, follow both of them and watch their very amusing battles unfold in public view.
Kenny Wallace- It's Kenny Wallace, he's awesome and will make you laugh. You have nothing to lose following him.
Jeff Gordon- His break dancing isn't the only thing he's good at. If you're a Gordon fan, follow him. Just be warned that he does sometimes share the feed with his PR people.
Kasey Kahne- Kahne was just involved in a Twitter controversy but his tweets are usually pretty interesting.
Delana Harvick- Kevin Harvick's wife is actively involved on Twitter and usually does a Q & A before races every week and sometimes during the offseason (she has also talked Kevin Harvick into doing Q & As in 2012). She's also involved in the Harvick/MF twitter battles, thus she's a must follow.
Denny Hamlin- After he was fined by NASCAR, he really cut back on the tweeting but he's slowly getting more vocal again. Also, his give aways are usually of legendary proportions.
Juan Pablo Montoya- Definitely the most popular driver when it comes to number of followers, Montoya is good about tweeting about life outside of the race track so you get to see what it's like outside the car.
These are just a few of the NASCAR Twitter personalities, but each is definitely worth a look if you want to see more than just the weekend races.