Danica Patrick Confirmed To Ed Carpenter Racing For Indy 500, Aaron Rodgers To Attend Daytona 500

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla – A marketing report surfaced this morning citing that out of all of the offseason news about Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers, Danica Patrick was the most talked about. That’s fitting, because today served as NASCAR Media Day for Sunday’s 60th annual Daytona 500 (2:30 p.m. ET/FOX/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) and Danica was the most talked about again. She let news slip on who she will be completing the “Danica Double” with for 2018. Patrick, 35, revealed that she will race for Ed Carpenter Racing in May’s 102nd…

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Danica Patrick’s Daytona 500 Car Unveiled

The green Danica mobile was officially unveiled on Friday. Danica Patrick took to twitter this morning to show off her new Go Daddy colors that will don the No. 7 Chevrolet with Premium Motorsports. The car looks like the original green from her longtime sponsor GoDaddy, which announced they backing for Patrick’s last two races of her career on Jan. 18. Other sponsorship locations on the car will be filled by Patrick’s other business endeavors. Her Warrior by Danica Patrick apparel line, Somnium Wine and her “Pretty Intense” health and…

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Realistic Rides For Danica Patrick For Daytona and Indy

INDIANAPOLIS – We’re a month away from the 60th Running of the Daytona 500. We’re a little over four months away from the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500. Those are two of the most iconic races in the world and two that Danica Patrick is trying to end her racing career in. Patrick, 35, announced back in November that she would not longer search for a full time ride in any series for 2018. Without much open, it was best she moved on with her professional career and turn the…

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Danica Patrick, Go Daddy Team Up For Daytona 500 and Indianapolis 500

INDIANAPOLIS – Danica Patrick and Go Daddy will reunite for a last hurrah this year as Patrick has secured funding from her old sponsor to race in this year’s Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500. Back in November, Patrick, 35, revealed that she would no longer be seeking a full time ride in any series for 2018 and that she would race in the two biggest races in the world instead. Daytona would be her final NASCAR start while Indy will be not just her final INDYCAR start, but her final…

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