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Nobody likes it when a race weekend has rain that cancels practice or qualifying. That can be especially said for rookie drivers needing as much track time as possible. That scenario played out in June for Danica Patrick and her Stewart-Haas Racing team. Getting back to the track within a month is a benefit for a rookie trying to learn the ropes still.
“It’s a neat place, definitely a unique track. It was helpful to test there before the last race, especially since Friday practice was rained out during the race weekend. It’s good to go to these places a second and third time. It’s just part of the learning process. I feel more comfortable going there this time than last time and I’m sure I’ll feel even more comfortable next year. Going to these tracks a second and third time helps,” explained Patrick.
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