Scott Bloomquist is on twitter and a Facebook page is on the way
Multi-time Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Dirt Series Champion and the 2004 World of Outlaws Late Model Series champion is on the interwebs.
Bloomquist literally has countless dirt racing wins. At one point, his win percentage was 35%. That’s a number that would be impressive on the local level. Yet, from 1980-2010, he somehow managed to mostly accumulate those on the national level.
He sits 6th of the all-time win list for the WoOLMS. Currently, he’s nearing the 600 mark for dirt late model victories.
Now, Scott Bloomquist has joined twitter.
He joined on March 2nd. The driver from Mooresburg, TN took his fans behind the scenes: prepping tires; playing songs; digging graves and flying planes.
Stopping short of playing the song. “Nah, you’ll have to pay for that,” Bloomquist says was a guitar in hand.
He then jumped in one of his many planes. Pilot Bloomquist and his dog went to the sky over his Tennessee property.
If you still don’t believe it’s me, check this out pic.twitter.com/09sRzPklM6
— Scott Bloomquist (@Bloomquist_0) March 4, 2018
Why join social media now? I would assume that the Dirt Million is playing a major role in that decision.
Drivers can forward traffic to their driver page on the Dirt Million website. Fans can then purchase tires, race fuel, entry fee’s and pit passes for their driver of choice.
Points are also accumulating for the Dirt Million drivers. Points are awarded for things like retweets, original content mentioning the Dirt Million and fan purchases on behalf of the driver. The top 4 will receive provisional starting positions. However, as a past champion, Bloomquist shouldn’t need one of those.
A few weeks ago, another Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series driver also joined social media. Dennis Erb Jr launched his facebook account.
Scott Bloomquist has a Facebook page on the way as well.
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