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Danica Patrick says she might run Indy 500 again but is focused on NASCAR…

CUP: Patrick Refuses To Be Danica Downer

Danica Patrick has finished 25th or worse in nine of 11 NASCAR Sprint Cup races this season…

Patrick staying positive amid struggles on track

Danica Patrick refuses to get down on herself even though her first full season on the Sprint Cup series has been a struggle. She is 28th in the Sprint Cup point standings after 11 races and has just one top-10 finish - that came in the season-opening Daytona 500. ''At the end of the day it's about keeping your head up and not getting discouraged to the point where...

Patrick: Another Indy 500 'less and less likely'

Danica Patrick still follows the Indianapolis 500 closely, even pre-organizing her race day schedule this Sunday so she can watch most of the event. As for participating in the race again, that's a different story. Patrick, who first earned her popularity in open-wheel racing, said her focus is on the Sprint Cup series and the chances of her running at the Indy 500 become ...

Patrick will start at back of field

Danica Patrick got some bad news Saturday morning at Charlotte Motor Speedway, when her No. 10 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet SS developed a massive oil leak halfway through the first of two NASCAR Sprint Cup practice sessions for Sunday's Coca-Cola 600. On Thursday night, Patrick qualified 24th, one position ahead of her boss, Tony Stewart. Only twice in the first 11 races this...

Danica proud of past Indy efforts

Danica Patrick made a somewhat difficult decision at a crossroads. She took the NASCAR route. That leaves a big gap every year at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where she wrote some significant history, becoming the first woman to lead the Indy 500 in 2005 and, in 2009, becoming the highest-finishing woman -- at third -- in the race. The Patrick name bounced around the sweeping grandstands...

Danica Patrick Coca-Cola 600 Race Preview

KANNAPOLIS, N.C. – Racing on Memorial Day weekend is nothing new for Danica Patrick as she’s done it at the professional level for nine years. But for 2013, just as it was in 2012, the car, location, track length and distance will be a bit different than what she became accustomed to from 2005 to 2011. In those seven years, Patrick competed in the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race at...

Danica Patrick prepares for Coca-Cola 600

Danica Patrick will be racing on Memorial Day weekend for the ninth straight year this weekend. In those seven of those nine years, Danica Patrick competed in the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Patrick had her moments in the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing.” At Indy in ’05, she lead three times for 19 laps and finished fourth in her first Indy 500; becoming...

Zipadelli: Team is behind on tech

Greg Zipadelli, the competition director at Stewart-Haas Racing and longtime confidante of Tony Stewart, said the team has fallen behind on technology relative to the top NASCAR Sprint Cup teams. Zipadelli said the combination of adding a third car for Danica Patrick, converting to the new Generation-6 cars and shuffling personnel internally has left SHR well behind top teams like...

The Fan Vote Winner Is?

Photo Credit: DanicaRacing The fans spoke loud and clear according to Miss Sprint Cup last Saturday and voted Rookie Danica Patrick into the Sprint All-Star Race. Patrick attempted to race her way in to the Sprint All-Star Race via the Sprint Showdown but came up short when she finished 9th to race winner Jamie McMurray and runner up Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Although the fan vote winner...

Danica Patrick forced to start in back of field at Coca-Cola 600

Danica Patrick didn’t like her chances in Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 before the weekend, and now she will be starting in the back of the pack. On Thursday night, Patrick qualified 24th, one position better than her boss, Tony Stewart.   Unfortunately for Patrick, her No. 10 
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