Listen: Nascar, Austin Dillon, Las Vegas discussed on NASCAR Live
"Live on the motor racing network, the voice of NASCAR. This is NASCAR live now back to Mike Bagley. Thank you for joining us on this week's NASCAR live and state water heaters, race week here on our end when you need a water heater, get the best state water heaters. MR Kim Kun joins us now with the latest social media news, one of the big stories this week on social media. Yeah, Mike. So the NASCAR playoffs kicked off this past begin in Las Vegas and to kind of get things started for this year's Tempe chip title contention. They had NASCAR burnout boulevard fueled by snow co racing. Typically, we see this done at the end of the season during champions week, but I think it was actually the perfect start to the ten ratio down because it got to showcase all sixteen of the playoff drivers before we crown are champion. And if you didn't get a chance to watch the broadcast of this burn out boulevard, there was some great social media content, and a lot of drivers came to battle with these burnouts. A couple of my favorites were Austin Dillon had. DJ marshmallow in his car for the burn out. If you don't know, that is he's a very well known DJ, especially in the Las Vegas era, even go to his Twitter at marshmallow music, and he said bound to be America's favorite NASCAR driver. And you can see marshmallow crawling into Austin, Dillon's car. Another great one was Denny Hamlin. He took off the entire left Fender with his burnout. His tweet reads, I, when we won with kind of shrug, you can see that photo again on Denny Hamlin's Instagram. But I think my favorite one was Ryan Blaney and chase, Elliott did dueling burn out. They were nose to nose as they put their cars into gear. NASCAR has a great video of the doling burnout says the two best friends that anyone could have. So again, check those out on social media. We're headed to Richmond raceway those weekend though. For the second race of this round of the playoffs. It's going to be really fun, really entertaining, especially after everything that happened in Las Vegas.."