OldTimmer wrote:I was at Pocono this weekend and got a chance to meet a member of Ryan's pit crew.
He was very nice and very polite the wife asked him to autograph her seat cushion and he did also he took it to the tent in the pits and 2 others signed it to.
The pit crew was spot on this weekend.
All I need to do now is get a chance to meet Ryan that would be awesome.
Your only chance at being able to meet Ryan would be at one of his "Fan Appreciation Days!" It's usually this week or his second trip to Michigan.
You would have to join his fan club in order to gain entrance to his Fan Day!
I have met Ryan at 4 of his Fan Days. I stopped going after 2005.
WOO HOO I get to be the man to finally prove you wrong chevy39fan (refering to your thread where you said your never proven wrong lol) I have met Ryan about a dozen times at Pocono. He is very accesable, but you have a better shot on qualifying day. Then in all my years of going (to Pocono at least) Qualifying day is the best chance to meet any drivers. They had a few autograph sessions on Sunday, but you had to have a ticket to partake in them. Only 75 tickets were given out, so you had a better chance at seeing God than getting a ticket. I have gone up to Pocono every year at least once for the last 5-6 years for qualifying and I have gotten Ryan's autograph at least once every year but one, and that was the year it rained all day and qualifying was rained out. So Oldtimer I recomend that you go to qualifying in August, buy yourself a pitpass, and as long as it does not rain I can pretty much guarantee you will get Ryan's autograph. I'm not just saying this because I'm a fan (I try to get any driver autograph I can like them or not) and Ryan's is the easiest to get. I have more of his than anyone elses.
"He makes me look thinner" Tony on why he picked Ryan to be his team mate. bet he's gonna enjoy his fair share of Krissie's cookies every weekend lol
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