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It's my first race, but I knew we never run out of water before. "Why did we run out water?...And then turning to the female part of the mixed audience: "Y'all use three gallons" in the restrooms during a yellow flag. "We only use about a quarter of
Danica is getting the opportunity that women racers before her pioneers like Robinson, Janet Guthrie and Patty Moise never received...And most of all, she has the acceptance of other drivers, a huge fan following and the freedom to be herself.
Patrick will start from the pole position in Sunday's Daytona 500 after setting the fastest qualifying time the previous week (with a top speed of 196.434 mph, for those keeping track)...But while we celebrate, it's also reasonable to ask: Why has it
ThatsRacin.com Contributor The people dissing Danica Patrick amuse me...I would wager that 99.99 percent of the critics couldnt do what she does in a racecar. If so, why dont they get a helmet and a ride and show the world? The Danica detractors
Published February 19, 2013 Upfront disclaimer: I can offer no expert analysis nor insider information on Sunday's Daytona 500. I understand it's a car race, and I have never born witness to such a thing in person. I have viewed highlights on
Patrick, 30, finished the 2.5-mile Daytona International race in 45.817 sec., averaging 196.434 mph to bag the pole the first woman ever for the February 24 opener of NASCAR’s Sprint Cup series. Patrick’
She's not in Indianapolis for the first time in seven years, but she's still been a topic of conversation all month.
Alex Lloyd wanted a recovery, although he wasn't expecting it to be of his own body. Slow to start the Izod IndyCar Series season after joining a new team and struggling to find sponsorship, Lloyd had hoped to use his strong runs in the past two oval-
Tell us When Sarah Fisher made her IndyCar debut in 1999, she did so as a bespectacled teenager at Texas Motor Speedway. Fisher was the story 11 years ago as the only woman in the field, selling T-shirts with her father before the Mall.com 500 and
Janet Guthrie can see progress moving at full throttle. The pioneering racer is now watching five women try to duplicate her milestone achievement by qualifying for this year's Indianapolis 500. There are women climbing over the