And I think that's why we've always had such a great relationship with our teams and with our sponsors. With the fans, it's always tough at the racetrack because you're working. So that's how we try to maintain the schedule as best we can.We try to sign autographs when it's downtime, but as far as sponsors and teams are concerned, it's an open-door policy to come whenever. Q: I've often heard fans say something to drivers like, "Hey, remember me from that autograph session three years ago? What is something a fan could do to be remembered by you?
I still have his rookie of the year Home Depot helmet in my museum at home. It stinks a little bit, but it's pretty cool to have.
So how about this: "What are your thoughts on going to weeknight racing and shortening up the season?
" We could do the same amount of races but just add weeknight races and make the season from like March to September. Then we wouldn't have to compete against college football or pro football.-----ELLIOTT SADLER'S THREE FAVORITE APPS-- the Score Mobile. I think you guys who say you've gone further than Level 6 are lying.
A: The biggest thing that leaves an impression on me is when I get asked to sign something that's off the wall and different than what everyone else has. I signed a ketchup bottle for you one time." Or "I signed an animal for you that time."If you draw a picture or make a painting that I'll sign or something, that's the biggest way I can remember you.
If everyone comes up with the same postcard we hand out, it's hard to remember. " And that's cool as hell, because it means they've come back again and want to see you again, so that's a great show of respect.