INTERNET CLOUD – The internet has sent a formal warning to IMSA headquarters in Daytona Beach, Florida leading up to the opening of the 2020 race season next weekend about bad content being constantly pushed out from their communications department.  “We are glad IMSA is gaining some traction and popularity again,” read the Internet’s letter, “But we can not stand for constant bad content being pushed via Facebook, Twitter, and other social media channels.  The cheesy-ass videos asking drivers dumb questions is stale and has never been funny.  The pictures of cars with quotes that make zero sense are lazy and ill-informed.  This is not what the internet is about.  If this type of bad content continues, we will pull the plug on IMSA’s internet rights, starting with social media.”