Best Tweets: Papis Comes Clean As Samantha Busch Cleans

The NASCAR Twitterverse was certainly buzzing this weekend. 

Between the ‘slap heard around the NASCAR world,’ the dramatic finish to the Camping World Truck Series race, and the Labor Day holiday, there was certainly plenty to tweet about. 

Let’s take a look at the tweets of the week. 

With the first weekend of the college football season getting underway, Clint Bowyer really wanted a day off.

Danica Patrick apparently doesn’t get the whole "mix" part of trail mix.

But hey, her man Ricky Stenhouse Jr. won his first Sprint Cup Series pole. 

We all know drivers tend to think the media can be batty at times, but this just goes too far.

Speaking of the media, defending series champ Brad Keselowski apparently believes you can’t please most of them. 

Considering Keselowski was leading when he had motor issues Sunday night, maybe Kid Rock was pretty convincing.

No word if Sam Hornish Jr. will be rocking out to Sir Mix-A-Lot or if he’s really just hungry.

Kyle Busch’s Nationwide Series team tried a new way to get their driver’s attention on pit road. 

Turning our attention to Sunday’s Camping World Truck Series finish in Canada.

Kasey Kahne’s spotter Kevin Hamlin saw a bit of a double standard when it came to how people reacted to wrecking the leader for the win.

Keselowski’s spotter Joey Meier pointed out a very important lesson young drivers should probably learn before making their way to the Sprint Cup Series.

Nationwide Series driver Charles Lewandoski had some fun word play with the ‘slap’ on Max Papis.

Speaking of Papis, he clarified his comments about his jaw being dislocated from the slap.

Meanwhile, German Quiroga enjoyed the Shake And Bake Crew’s take on the drama at the end of the race.

It was probably a good thing Clint Bowyer had Monday off, he had a rough night in Atlanta and had big plans to put it behind him.

A nice day on the water didn’t go exactly as planned for Martin Truex Jr.

(Warning: Some language may be inappropriate)


No word on if Jimmie Johnson is really to blame, but hey, why not blame him anyway. 

How did Atlanta winner Kyle Busch spend his day off? Watching wife Samantha clean toilets. Hey Kyle, she’s a keeper!