I've been a Scott Pruett fan since I saw him in Miami in 1985. At the time he drove the Roush Motorcraft Mustang (the livery of which was resurrected this past Rolex 24 by the Ford GT - how's that for making this content relevant?). Somewhere along the line I bought the GMP model of that Mustang. Then in 1995 when Indy Cars visited downtown Miami for a Grand Prix, Pruett was there. I showed up around 7am on a Friday or Saturday, hung out by the team truck, and when I saw Scott, I pulled out the model and a Sharpie and asked him to sign it, which he smiled and graciously did. Mission accomplished, I didn't even stay to watch the racing.