Rolex 24 at Daytona captured the attention of the racing world over the weekend.
You can include some high-profile NASCAR drivers among those who were watching the season-opening race in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Here's what they were tweeting.
Thank you for letting them race — Jimmie Johnson (@JimmieJohnson)
@CorvetteRacing. What a show and congrats! @TeamChevy @CampbellJim #Rolex24 January 31, 2016
Congrats to — Kurt Busch (@KurtBusch)
@TeamChevy @CorvetteRacing on a stunningly close 1-2 finish at the #Daytona24 @CampbellJim pic.twitter.com/pNH13SWGmt February 1, 2016
"— Chase Elliott (@chaseelliott)
@barrywheeler75: @chaseelliott would u ever run in the #Rolex24" Without a doubt. Would love to if the chance was ever there January 31, 2016
Loved it, 24hrs and finish inches apart, amazing race!! — Darrell Waltrip (@AllWaltrip)
https://t.co/Yg7xKYUDDN January 31, 2016
Doing some wood work and watching the #rolex24 @disupdates
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Jan 30, 2016 at 2:42pm PST
Congrats to — XFINITY Racing (@XFINITYRacing)
#XFINITYSeries regular @Brendan62 on 3rd in PC class at #Rolex24 pic.twitter.com/qoGURhN3bj January 31, 2016
Gaughan wasn't the only NASCAR regular on the track. Chip Ganassi Racing's Kyle Larson was also behind the wheel in Daytona ... and got
buried in the tire barrier.
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