Ed Carpenter Racing finally made official on Wednesday what leaked out during Daytona 500 Media Day in February: that Danica Patrick will conclude her driving career by competing with the team in the 102nd Indianapolis 500 on May 27.
Danica Patrick looked to be a driver that could contend for the win as a dark horse in Sunday’s Daytona 500, but the first half of her career-ending ‘Danica Double’ ended in a heap after a hard mid-race crash.
Danica Patrick said a few more words than she meant to on Wednesday during Daytona 500 Media Day, inadvertently letting slip that she’ll be joining Ed Carpenter Racing in May as she ends her career at the 102nd Indianapolis 500.
Danica Patrick and sponsor GoDaddy will team with Premium Motorsports next month during the 60th annual Daytona 500 at Daytona Int’l Speedway.
GoDaddy Inc. has announced that the company will return to sponsor the retiring Danica Patrick in this year’s Daytona 500 and Indianapolis 500, the final two races before she ends her driving career.
Danica Patrick is driving the No. 10 Ford Warriors in Pink Fusion race car this weekend in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Apache Warrior 400 at Dover Int’l Speedway.
In the wake of major shifts at Stewart-Haas Racing, Kevin Harvick had positive words for outgoing teammate Danica Patrick on Wednesday, as she prepares to leave the organization at the end of the year.
Danica Patrick confirmed Tuesday afternoon that she will not return to Stewart-Haas Racing for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, marking the end of a five-year relationship between driver and team.
Danica Patrick and Stewart-Haas Racing will honor 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee Robert Yates with a throwback paint scheme honoring Yates’ 1999 NASCAR premier series championship on the No. 10 Ford at Darlington Raceway on Sept. 3.
Kyle Larson continues his breakout year with his second consecutive pole award and third of the season, ahead of Sunday’s Toyota/Savemart 350 from Sonoma Raceway.
Martin Truex, Jr. resumed where he left off last May and claimed Sunday night’s second stage at the Coca-Cola 600, taking the race across its halfway point despite a nearly two-hour delay for weather.
Wednesday’s Daytona 500 Media Day carried with it a lot of storylines, but perhaps one of the most high-profile headlines was Danica Patrick’s admission that she has had multiple concussions over the course of her time in racing.