NASCAR » Danica back in Nationwide for Chicago


Following last week's Indy 500, Danica Patrick returns to Nationwide at Chicagoland this weekend - but can't outrun the questions surrounding her plans for 2012.

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Roadrage

June 03, 2011 6:48 PM

Go directly to NASCAR and stay there, Danica. Then we open wheel race fans will be able to watch a race without it turning into the Danica Patrick show. Indy was pathetic.
Sarah Fisher was a better driver but never had a competitive car, unlike Danica who's had top equipment, yet only won one race. She's hopeless on road courses and would be a perfect fit in the mega advertising world of NASCAR.

Scampsuzi - Unregistered

June 05, 2011 7:22 PM

Oh do stop your teasing Danica we are all on the edge of our seats wondering which series will be disgraced by your presence next!!. Your general attitude has turned you into an ugly person and as for any talk about you racing in F1, that really is the funniest concept I can think of. In what class of motor racing have you been outstanding?. Just enter the international foot stamping and throwing dummies out of prams contest, you could yet wind up a champion!!!

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