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The No. 48 car of Jimmie Johnson crossed the start finish line first, claiming victory in the 55th running of the Daytona 500. It was his second win of the race, as he won the 2006 event.
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DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. -- Danica Patrick didnt get the finish she was looking for, but at least this year she finished the Daytona 500 and made history in the process.
After becoming the first woman to win a pole in the Sprint Cup Series let alone the Great American Race Patrick was competitive throughout the entire race and appeared destined to finish third before the field was...
Following Jimmie Johnson's victory at the Daytona 500 on Sunday, a couple of NASCAR drivers were not happy with the results of the race. Denny Hamlin made it known
Jimmie Johnson is already a five time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion but with his 61st career win he continued to link his name to other legends in the sport.
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The Daytona 500 takes place today and the racing world is in a frenzy with Danica Patrick starting The Great American Race from pole position. Patrick is of course the first female driver to win a NASCAR Sprint Cup pole, continuing a career of trailblazing and breaking down barriers that began in IndyCar. With Patrick making the move from IndyCar racing to NASCAR, her story ...
getty images Sunday at Daytona International Speedway. A field of 43 cars will look to claim the victory in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season opener. The race is 200 laps, 500 miles around Daytona’s 2.5 mile track.
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Happy Daytona 500 weekend. In honor of the Great American Race we give you our greatest hits of Danica Patrick. She’s one of the highest earning female athletes in the world, and quite possibly the most searched for female athletes on the internet. She’s a huge brand and quickly becoming the face of NASCAR.
Her the brand is a tour de fource Therefore, we write about her extensively...
With Danica Patrick starting from the pole, the Daytona 500's
preliminary television ratings are much higher than last
Fueled by a contending Danica Patrick, the Daytona 500 returned to form in the television ratings Sunday afternoon. Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Daytona 500 earned a 10.0 overnight rating on FOX, up 30 from last [...]
Danica Patrick boosted the Daytona 500 to a five-year high, but the numbers fell well short of the all-time record. The 2013 Daytona 500, won by Jimmie Johnson, earned a 9.9 rating and 16.7 million [...]
Danica Patrick finished eighth in the Daytona 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race Sunday at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway, earning the highest finishing position ever for a woman in the “Great American Race.”
The previous best finish for a woman in the Daytona 500 was 11th by Janet Guthrie in 1980.
Patrick, driver of the No. 10 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet SS for Stewart-Haas...
Tony Stewart, driver of the #14 Bass Pro Shops/Mobil 1 Chevrolet, met with media and discussed his outlook for the Daytona 500, his charity involvement, new sponsorship for three races, Danica Patrick, and more.
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“We talked during the Media Tour about having nine races left to sell and we’re proud to announce this week that we’ve got three of those sold to...
The dominance of the top groove creates some seriously boring racing at Daytona. NASCAR of late has had a problem filling the stands at tracks around the country. The bloom is off the rose, so to speak. Today's Daytona 500 will not help sell the product. Jimmie Johnson held off Dale Earnhardt, Mark Martin, Brad Keselowski and Ryan Newman in one of the most boring Daytona 500...
The biggest headline heading into Sunday’s 2013 Daytona 500 was Danica Patrick becoming the first woman to ever win the pole position. That was until Erin Andrews, who was working her way through the crowded pit road to try to interview Danica Patrick, encountered a surprise visitor—rapper 50 Cent.
That quickly led to a stunning moment reminiscent of an intoxicated Joe Namath...
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The 55th annual Daytona 500 is in the books, and we saw just about everything. The race was packed-full of drama. The action on the track was exciting, and the crashes were breathtaking.
In the end we saw 28 lead changes among 14 different drivers, and when the dust settled there...