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Another NASCAR race and another crash for Danica Patrick. She sure isn’t going to prove Petty wrong and win a race doing that. Patrick can’t help but to wreak the car. She is like a crash magnet. She can’t finish a race, because she is always in the wrong place at the wrong time. Somehow these wreaks seem to find the Go Daddy Chevrolet and somehow they take Patrick out of the competition. After a 6-hour rain delay they restarted the Daytona 500 and ran under the lights. Patrick managed to make it until lap 146 when her car was hit by Aric Almirola who sent Patrick into the outside wall. The chain reaction accident seem to get started when Kevin Harvick drifted up the track and caused the chain reaction that took Patrick out of the competition. Patrick must live under a black cloud. She is always being collected out on the race track and this limits her chance of ever winning in NASCAR. Patrick said; “Oh, man. What the hell happened?” when her car came to a stop. Maybe she isn’t aware of what is going on when she is out on the track. Maybe she needs to keep an eye on her mirror a little more often. Patrick went on to say; “It’s a bummer, but you know that is the excitement of speedway racing that anything can happen, and it was unfortunate that I was on the short end of the accident.”
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Twitter is buzzing about the Daytona 500 wreck that is yet another setback for a Daytona 500 that was delayed for several hours due to severe weather conditions. The Daytona 500 wreck included Danica Patrick, who was spun into running head-on into an unprotected retaining wall at nearly 200 mph. It was not Danica’s fault, she was an innocent bystander in the 12-car pile up on the...
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A massive pileup claimed 13 cars in Sunday night’s Daytona 500, with Danica Patrick getting the worst of the wreck.
It all started in lap 146 of the 200-lap race, which had already been delayed more than six hours as heavy rains rolled through the area. The cars of Kevin Harvick and Brian Scott bumped one another in the middle of the pack, setting off a chain reaction that eventually...
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Daytona Beach, Fla- It took over six hours to get the Daytona 500 restarted after storms hit the Daytona International Speedway all afternoon. When we finally got going around 8:30 PM ET, Danica Patrick still felt she had her best shot at winning her first career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.
Her No. 10 Go Daddy Chevrolet was very strong as she even led two laps...
After rain delayed the Daytona 500 for six hours and 22 minutes, the action remained relatively tame until Lap 145 when Kevin Harvick moved up the track and clipped Brian Scott, triggering a crash involving nine cars.
"What the hell happened?" asked Danica Patrick, who led two laps before contact with Aric Almirola shot her straight into the wall exiting Turn 4.
We hate to break it to Twitter, but Danica Patrick isn't finishing eighth at the 2014 Daytona 500 after this hard wreck into the wall.
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On Sunday thousands...
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Richard Petty says that she will race Danica Patrick.
After a six hour rain delay at the Daytona 500, the rain will come into play again as a massive crash on lap 145 has wiped out a handful of cars in the middle of the pack. Drivers involved included Aric Almirola, Austin Dillon, Danica Patrick, Michael Waltrip and Paul Menard.
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