“Chase Elliott likes his wings bland just like he likes his personality,” NASCAR Twitter reacts to the latest Ryan Blaney’s Most Popular Driver Award campaign video attacking Chase Elliott

Find out how NASCAR Twitter reacted to Ryan Blaney’s latest Most Popular Driver Award campaign video slamming Chase Elliott.

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Chase Elliott and Ryan Blaney (Credits: IMAGO/ Icon Sportswire)

Ryan Blaney, who failed to secure a single official race win this cup season is going all in for the 2022 Most Popular Driver Award. The All-star race winner started his campaign by directly attacking fellow contender Chase Elliott, the HMS driver who is chasing a 4th consecutive award this year.

The 2022 Regular season champion is the front-runner to secure the award this year. So, the Team Penske driver released a hilarious video slamming Elliott on Nov 16. “NASCAR’s most popular driver Chase Elliott uses a fork and knife to eat his wings. Not Ryan Blaney. He uses his hands. This election season, vote for a man willing to get a little dirty,” was the message from the video.

He also made the hashtags “Moms for Blaney, Babies for Blaney, and Dogs for Blaney” trending on Twitter. The No:12 driver has come up with the latest video once again attacking Chase Elliott. This time he introduced the “wings lovers for Blaney” hashtag.

Ryan called Elliott Mr. Fork and Knife and suggested that the 2020 cup champion is someone who cants handle the heat of parmesan garlic. He then demanded the fans vote for someone like him who can handle the heat.

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NASCAR Twitter went crazy after the latest Ryan Blaney attack

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Ryan Blaney(L) and Chase Elliott(R)

Fans had some hilarious reactions to the Blaney video. They appreciated the driver’s ingenious campaign. Some fans were convinced after seeing the advertisement that Blaney is their candidate for the award.

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