Danica Patrick is a former race driver and now a motorsport pundit. The 40-year-old Wisconsin native broke many barriers during... There's more... is a well-known face and name to motor racing The fans are the life-blood of F1, without us the sport wouldn't be what it is today. From the 300,000... There's more... in North America. The 40-year-old Wisconsin native broke many Barriers are used on race tracks to keep the cars in and the public out. Whereever possible barriers are set... There's more... during her racing career and was previously named in TIME Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People” list.
Best known for her time in IndyCar is the elite US-based open-wheel class. The Indy grid runs the same chassis and aerodynamic kit, with power coming... There's more..., Patrick made her debut with the Rahal Letterman Racing team in 2005, and stunned the racing world by becoming the first woman to lead the historic Indy 500 at her first attempt.
In 2008, Patrick made history by becoming the first woman to win an IndyCar race. Her iconic victory at the 2008 Indy Japan 300 remains the only occasion a woman has achieved victory in an IndyCar race.
After eight years competing in America’s premier open-wheel racing series, Patrick switched to NASCAR in 2013 and set a new record for the most top-10 finishes by a woman in NASCAR Cup history.
After announcing she would retire in 2018, Patrick went out in style by competing in both the famous Daytona 500 and Indy 500 just three months apart, starting a credible seventh for the latter despite having not raced an Indy car for seven years.
Now an entrepreneur and TV racing pundit; plural noun: an expert in a particular subject or field who is frequently called upon to give their opinions... There's more..., Patrick has appeared on screen with the Sky Sports F1 is the pinnacle of open wheel, single seater car racing and arguably the highest level of any motorsport globally.... There's more... team on several occasions in her role as an Expert Analyst.
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