Originally written on Fox Sports Southwest  |  Last updated 10/24/14
FORT WORTH, TEXAS Two weeks after Danica Patrick crashed Landon Cassill at the Sprint Cup race in Kansas, the rookie Sprint Cup driver has one regret. She didn't do a better job of spinning Cassill. "Reflecting back on Kansas the Nationwide race was fantastic, the Cup race we were coming along during the race and obviously it didn't end the way I would have wanted it to but I still think it was important for me to stand up for myself and I wouldn't change it," Patrick said on Thursday at Texas Motor Speedway. "I would change my execution of the actual incident. I didn't do a very good job with that. I guess there's only one way to learn is to try. It's just not that easy to take someone out." Patrick will race in both the Nationwide Series and Sprint Cup this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway. In Kansas, Patrick hit Cassill on Lap 155 of the race and took the blame immediately after the race. Patrick was upset that Cassill hit her on the front straight earlier in the race and ret...
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