Originally posted on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 9/7/12
Danica Patrick will have a full plate of racing in 2013 - including double duty with a possible return to the Indy 500 in May. "I would like to if it's with the right team," Patrick said. "If it's not there's no point for me. I feel like I would still be able to get into a seat and get comfortable with the amount of practice time there is at Indy and have a shot to win the race. But if I don't have a shot to win the race or don't feel like it's a real opportunity, I'm not going to do it. "We're working on it. I'd like to do it if we can." Patrick's primary responsibility will be competing full-time in the Sprint Cup Series for Stewart/Haas Racing with GoDaddy.com as the primary sponsor for the majority of races. The 30-year-old Roscoe, Ill. native has five Cup starts this season. Her best finish is 29th at both Bristol and Atlanta Motor Speedways. Patrick is competing in her first full-time season on the Nationwide Series tour and is 10th in the point standings. She made her deb...
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