Danica Patrick

Danica Year 2: Learning Curve

In her second season in NASCAR, Danica Patrick looks to apply lessons learned to prove she has what it takes to make a career in stock cars
<p> In her second season in NASCAR, Danica Patrick looks to apply lessons learned to prove she has what it takes to make a career in stock cars</p>
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2011

In celebration of Athlon Sports' upcoming 10th annual Racing magazine, we've dug into the archives to uncover some of the most memorable features, profiles and Q&As that have graced our pages. Visit the site daily for more retrospective looks at NASCAR throughout the decade.

Article originally published in 2011 Athlon Sports Racing annual

— by Bryan Davis Keith

Danica — The Brand Comes to NASCAR

Hold onto your marketing degrees... here comes Danica!
<p> Hold onto your marketing degrees... here comes Danica!</p>
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2010

In celebration of Athlon Sports' upcoming 10th annual Racing magazine, we've dug into the archives to uncover some of the most memorable features, profiles and Q&As that have graced our pages. Visit the site daily for more retrospective looks at NASCAR throughout the decade.

Article originally published in 2010 Athlon Sports Racing annual

— by Amanda Brahler

2010's 13 Tough Questions

NASCAR's toughest questions and the politically incorrect answers
<p> NASCAR's toughest questions and the politically incorrect answers</p>
2010

In celebration of Athlon Sports' upcoming 10th annual Racing magazine, we've dug into the archives to uncover some of the most memorable features, profiles and Q&As that have graced our pages. Visit the site daily for more retrospective looks at NASCAR throughout the decade.

Article originally published in 2010 Athlon Sports Racing annual

1. Should NASCAR “Jimmie-proof” the Chase by rotating the venues that host the events?

Here Comes Danica

Danica Patrick comes full circle - literally - heading to NASCAR full-time in 2012

by Vito Pugliese

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<p> Athlon Sports contributor Vito Pugliese examines Danica Patrick's decision to move to NASCAR full-time in 2012 and what we should expect from her going forward.</p>

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Danica Coming to NASCAR Full-Time

Patrick will run full Nationwide, Partial Cup Series schedules in 2012

by Matt Taliaferro

Dancia Patrick is coming to NASCAR full-time. The current IndyCar Series driver and “GoDaddy.com girl” announced on Wednesday that she will leave the open-wheel series at the conclusion of the 2011 season to drive the JR Motorsports GoDaddy.com No. 7 Chevrolet in a full Nationwide Series campaign in 2012. JR Motorsports is owned by Dale Earnhardt Jr.

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<p> Danica Patrick announces her intention to run a full NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule in 2012, as well as a partial Sprint Cup schedule.</p>

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