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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?Sadler is one of a dozen drivers who will be racing on behalf of a patient at the Nationwide Children's Hospital.NATIONWIDE: Eric Mc Clure hospitalized, will miss race Q: From what you've seen, whose driving style is the most similar to yours?It's a scoreboard app with all the games and scores. Especially with football coming, I like keeping track of that.-- Twitter. 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.
Is that the Nelly version or the straight-up Florida Georgia Line version? Last week was Denny Hamlin and he wanted to know: "If you were still a pro athlete but you couldn't race, what sport would you play?
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It's just really hard a lot of times to recall that many faces that come through the line at one time.
Q: The last guy you wrecked — did you do it on purpose? I don't think the last one was on purpose, but the next one I wreck might be on purpose, because I've got kind of a list going. It had a lot of cameos in there from drivers I looked up to at that time.
Our series of weekly NASCAR driver interviews continues with Elliott Sadler, who is fourth in the Nationwide Series point standings entering this weekend's road course race at Mid-Ohio.