Danica Patrick Is Done With Full-Time Racing

Posted November 18, 2017

Again, however, much like the case is for her Daytona 500 effort, Patrick did not say the team for which she would be driving in the Indianapolis 500.

"I don't necessarily feel like I was pushed into doing this, ' Patrick said while sobbing".

However, this isn't the end of her career as she will compete in two races next season: the Daytona 500 and Indianapolis 500. Sometimes we get big nudges and sometimes it's little. I've never had sponsor issues.

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Nothing that was being presented excited me, then about three weeks ago, I just blurted out, "What about Indy?" "I think it's going to be a great way to cap it off".

Graham Rahal, whose father Bobby ran Patrick in the Atlantic championship and the first two years of her IndyCar career, said recently that she would be welcome back at the Brickyard in an open-wheel auto. She was actually surprised she even wanted to return to the seat of an Indy vehicle. "So he said, "how about finishing up at Daytona" then I said "how about Indy" without even realizing what I said". Patrick remains the sole female driver to earn pole in the NASCAR Cup Series.

Patrick announced earlier this season that she would not be returning to Stewart-Haas Racing next year due to a lack of sponsorship. Chip Ganassi Racing is said to be the top candidate for Indy, which raises the obvious question of whether Ganassi would field a third auto for her at Daytona as well, making her a one-off teammate to Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray. However, she couldn't shake the idea of ending it back at one of the races that catapulted her to fame: the Indianapolis 500.