After going quite some time without controversy, Indy Car driver Danica Patrick has opened up a treasure chest of gold for her haters. Danica struggled through Indy 500 qualifying averaging just 224.
That’s what the National Enquirer is saying, and after the way the whole Tiger Woods scandal ended up, there’s reason to believe their reporting is accurate.
Winning the Daytona 500 in NASCAR is as big as it gets in the sport. It’s a lifelong dream for racers and an extremely fulfilling accomplishment.
The Coke Zero 400 at Daytona didn’t end as hoped for Kyle Busch on Saturday.
We’ve heard for a while about the possibility that Danica Patrick leaves Indy Car for NASCAR.
The Indy 500 wasn’t a good race for Vitor Meira this year. The Brazilian racer finished second last year at the Brickyard but he would have been lucky to cross the finish line this time around.
How Carl Edwards walked away from this unharmed is beyond me.
They say that rubbing is racing, but I’m guessing Danica Patrick doesn’t want to hear any of it right now. Danica got bumped out of the Honda Grand Prix in St.