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2012 KROGER SUPER WEEKEND AT THE BRICKYARD PRESS CONFERENCE
Danica Patrick, July 26, 2012
Q. Talk about your debut video with Miranda Lambert. I know you mentioned you had fun making it with her.
DANICA PATRICK: I haven't seen it, so I can't say the same, but I can't wait to see it because I haven't. But it was a lot of fun. Miranda is a very, very cool girl. We had a lot of fun shooting it. It was definitely a long day, but she rewarded me with a Randarita at the end of the day, which is her cocktail, so that was nice of her.
Yeah, we got to be a couple of kickass girls, so that's always a fun role to play. So yeah, I hope everybody likes it. It was a lot of fun to shoot.
Q. Let's talk a little bit about coming here to Indianapolis. Certainly you've been in this room a few times before, but talk about what it means to come here racing in the Nationwide Series, racing a stock car around this big track.
DANICA PATRICK: I don't care what I d...
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