Tweets of the Week: Martinsville Mayhem, Presidential Tweets & RCR Payback?

MARTINSVILLE, VA – OCT. 27: The Martinsville logo is seen on the wall after the NASCAR Sprint Cup Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500 Powered By Krogerat Martinsville Speedway on Oct. 27, 2013 in Martinsville, Va.

It was certainly a wild weekend at Martinsville Speedway. 

From teammates getting into it on the track and in the media, to flying sledgehammers, the NASCAR Twittersphere certainly had a lot to talk about this weekend. 

So, without further ado, it’s the Tweets of the Week!

Before the hitting the track, NASCAR heartthrobs Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Danica Patrick took in some of the nice Southern Virginia countryside. 

Still recovering from a season-ending leg injury, Tony Stewart has taken up technological innovation as a hobby. 

Who needs a Halloween mask when you’ve got a mug like this? 

J.J. Yeley ran into a young fan on his way back from Martinsville. It’s probably safe to say one little boy is going to be cheering on Yeley from now on. 

Saturday’s dramatic end to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race certainly set the NASCAR Twittersphere afire. Who knew a sledgehammer draw so much attention?

Back from vacation, Nelson Piquet Jr. couldn’t help but think back to his run-in with Richard Childress Racing’s Brian Scott earlier this year in Richmond. 

While Harvick remained in the No. 29 car for Sunday’s race, he struggled throughout the day with motor issues, which led some to speculate about the source of the problem. 

The always-attentive Stewart-Haas Racing couldn’t help but notice something during Sunday’s race. 

Think you had a bad day? Try not to ask rookie sensation Kyle Larson about his day…

How popular was Jeff Gordon’s win Sunday at Martinsville? The fans that once booed him in waves waited around to watch his NASCAR Victory Lane interview. Showing his gratitude, Gordon made it worth their while. 

Gordon’s is burnout was pretty great too. 

Oh yeah, Gordon’s win also caught the attention of some guy named Bill…

Jimmie Johnson didn’t dominate the day as expected, but the five-time champ is focused on the bigger picture. 

Greg Biffle, on the other hand, was focused on finding Johnson after the race. After seeing the replays, Biffle ‘manned up’ and apologized for his actions. 

All those Martinsville hot dogs were a great idea throughout the weekend, right? Monday morning, not so much.

Talk about awkward sibling moments, the Blaney’s just had one of their own, with Ryan shedding a little light on his ‘type’ of woman. 

As always, those in the NASCAR world are keeping FOX Sports’ Steve Byrnes in their thoughts. Get well soon, Steve!