Danica Patrick does not think Nascar sucks. (Kevin Liles-USA TODAY Sports)
The first rule of public relations is to always promote a positive image regarding your organization/company. With that being said, Nascar decided to take the exact opposite approach recently.
Ok, maybe it wasn’t exactly their fault for the tweet that streamed across the front page of their website, but it’s still funny nonetheless.
Nascar fan Craig Smith may no longer be a Nascar fan after reading this message he tweeted:
“nascar website sucks. cannot even follow duel #2. exactly why i will not go to another race. PITIFUL!”
Photo courtesy of Twitter (@darrenrovell)
While this may be a new revelation for Mr. Smith, we’d be willing to bet the mass majority of America has already come to the conclusion that “Nascar sucks.” You simply either love it or hate it; there is no in between.
h/t Matt Hansen (@SportsMarkGuy)
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