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She's planning to pack it in after the Indianapolis 500 in May.
Despite the strong support system, Patrick had a disappointing finish at the Daytona 500, getting swept into a pile-up on lap 102 that her car wasn't able to recover from.
"It just wasn't meant to be today, I guess," she told reporters afterward. That's the gamble about Daytona, it can go so well and it can go so awful."Being winless in her six years as a NASCAR driver (she has one Indy Car victory) hasn't stopped Patrick from becoming one of the most famous faces in all of racing, and a hugely marketable sports superstar. 7 on ' list of highest-paid NASCAR drivers with .2 million, including million in endorsements.
Not only because it was so fun, but because of the people it took to get there and who are always in my corner.
She also has been endlessly patient and gracious in letting all sorts of sexist comments roll off her back over the years, such as when legendary driver Richard Petty said in 2014 that Patrick could win "if everybody else stayed home." He said she was getting attention solely because she was a woman—which, he acknowledged, was good for the sport."As I said the last time somebody said something that was not so positive for me, it spawns so many positive articles," Patrick told reporters at Daytona 500 media day that year.
"I love the conversation that it creates in sport, and across the board it makes sports interesting. I love the idea of looking at my schedule and being able to plan things.
gee, since you have so many other options (/sarc) it's nice of you to be patient.you're LITERALLY too stupid to live.
crazy legend, wow, how mean to tell us that they unpack just like every. crazy legend, how profound.you'll have to 'wait and see' if he proposes?