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Danica Patrick held true to her words, She didn’t want to just stay in-line and ride to the finish in the Coke Zero 400. She said before the race she would be more aggressive and if she had a chance to win she would take it. That is just what the young lady did. She tried to make a move going to the outside before losing control of her car and crashing with only 1 laps left to go in the race. Patrick would finish in 14th place and out of the top ten. She drove a good race for the most part. She would run as high as 4th in the race and could have had a chance to make a run for the line if she didn’t crash the car. While her crew was trying to repair the car to load onto her hauler she would watch the replay on a large screen TV next to the car hauler. Patrick looked confused as to what exactly happened that would cause the multi-car crash with a lap to go. She had this to say after watching the replay; “It felt like I just ran along the wall, but it looked like it could have been me that came down in front of (David Gilliland), it definitely wasn’t what I was trying to do at all, I was just following Dale Earnhardt Jr., so if that’s what happened, I definitely apologize. I lost spots doing it. All in all, a solid day.” She should apologize, she caused a crash that took a few others out of their finishing spot too. Patrick has to learn how to be aggressive without crashing the car. She can drive the car just fine as long as she stays in line, it is when she tries to make a move there is problems.
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NASCAR’s Danica Patrick is not going to settle for a top 10 finish if she has a shot a win tonight. She said she intends to be more aggressive if she is in line with a shot at winning the Coke Zero 400. Patrick didn’t show any signs of aggressiveness back in February when she just cruised across the finish line instead of making a move to try and win on the final lap. This kind...
Cue the ZZ Top. She's got legs -- knows how to use them.
And before Danica Patrick used them to drive to a 14th-place finish in Saturday's Coke Zero 400 Sprint Cup race at Daytona International Speedway, she was sunning them on the beach. How do we know? She shared her bronzed thighs for the whole Twitterverse to see.
Caught a little sun today with @StenhouseJr @Tim_Dugger...
Here’s an amazing photo.
TNT basketball analyst and former NBA star Shaquille O’Neal stood beside NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Danica Patrick at a media event before the start of the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway — and the result was absolutely hysterical.
Over the weekend, former NBA star Shaquille O’Neal was at the NASCAR Sprint Race at the Daytona International Speedway doing promotion for the movie, “Grown Ups 2″.
Before the race, Shaq took a photo with NASCAR driver Danica Patrick and well, you can see the size difference in the below photo:
Dreams do come true for @shaq, who met @danicapatrick pic.twitter.com/0DeupKBrf3...
Danica Patrick finished 14th in Saturday night’s Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway despite being caught up in a multi-car accident on the final lap of the 161-lap event, which ended under a green-white-checkered finish.
Patrick, driver of the No. 10 GoDaddy Chevrolet SS for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), was in...
Danica Patrick finished 14th in Saturday night’s Coke Zero 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Daytona. Hey, I guess she really does excel at Daytona. This wasn’t one of her usual 25th to 33rd place finishes that we’ve become so accustomed to seeing from Danica Patrick. The race’s winner was, get ready for this, hold on to your butts, Jimmie Johnson!
Yes, rooting for Jimmie...
The taste of Miss Danica Patrick’s pole and 8th-place run in the Daytona 500 still lingers, which means that Saturday’s Daytona event gets her in the spotlight again.
On a side note, it is a nice thing indeed to be able to get so much mileage out of a top-10 in a motor sport, pun half-way intended.
The deal here is that there is legitimate reason to believe that this track will...
Photo Credit: DanicaRacing.com
A little more than four months have gone by since Danica Patrick took the motorsports world by storm by winning the Pole for the Daytona 500. For a full week, Patrick appeared in the lives of American and people all over the world. Newspapers, websites, news programs and just about every medium possible took her history making Pole win and turned it...
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Ask pundits around the garage at Daytona International Speedway who has an advantage for Saturday nights Coke Zero 400 and the answers will vary.
But perhaps the best analogy came from a crew chief who asked to remain anonymous, who said, If David Ragan can win at Talladega, then its anyones game.
On Thursday, Dale Earnhardt Jr., who has won both the February...