I met Danica Patrick last week.
She's old. 32 years old in fact. If she were to join right now, she would be the 4th oldest driver on the grid. That puts her behind elder statesmen Kimi Räikkönen and Jenson Button who are each 34 and Felipe Massa at 33. So, in 2016 she'll be 34. A rookie in F1 at 34 will not happen, so let's just put that rumor to…
Susie Wolff will help the Williams F1 team in 2014, expanding her role at the team to a development driver participating in 2 race-weekend practice sessions and a full test day, and I genuinely am rooting for her success in Formula 1, for whatever reason.
Can you identify the driver matching each WAG? Matt Kenseth wants to know.
Last weekend, Danica Patrick made NASCAR history by becoming the first woman to secure the pole position for the Daytona 500. Today, she did it again at the race itself.
In a spectacular performance that some mysognists have partiality credited to the rest of her team, Danica Patrick won the pole for the 55th running of the Daytona 500. The achievement was doubly historic, as it was the first time either a woman or a Honda-powered car will start on the front row of the IZOD Cup race.
Yes, for the first time ever, a woman will lead a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race to the green flag as Danica Patrick wins the pole for the Daytona 500. of course, plate qualifying isn't really about the driver as much as it is about the team, so that's really not her accomplishment so much as it is Crew Chief Tony…
In a move surprising noone, NASCAR's media bliz to promote the relationship between Sprint Cup rookies Danica Patrick and Rickey Stenhouse Jr. has begun. The move is understandable, considering the first thirteen minutes and fifteen questions of Patrick's Media Day (Fueled by Sunco) appearance yesterday dealt…