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Danica Patrick

Danica Patrick
Patrick is a professional race car driver and competes in the IndyCar Series and the NASCAR Nationwide Series. She won her first race in 2008, becoming the first woman ever to cross the finish line first in an IndyCar event. She began her pro career in 2005, and was named Rookie of the Year after finishing 12th in the IndyCar Series championship.
Patrick is a professional race car driver and competes in the IndyCar Series and the NASCAR Nationwide Series. She won her first race in 2008, becoming the first woman ever to cross the finish line first in an IndyCar event. She began her pro career in 2005, and was named Rookie of the Year after finishing 12th in the IndyCar Series championship. « Show less

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  • 5 things to watch in today's Baltimore Grand Prix

    5 things to watch in today's Baltimore Grand Prix
    Here are five things to look for in today's Baltimore Grand Prix, the inaugural IndyCar race for the city: 1. Is the track/course ready for its IndyCar debut? Drivers have politely pointed out over the weekend that there are some issues with the course....
  • Rahal leans on family as he bounces back from a rough 2010

    Rahal leans on family as he bounces back from a rough 2010
    LEXINGTON, Ohio — When Graham Rahal drives into the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, all he can think of is family. His grandfather, Mike, raced here in the 1960s, his father , Bobby, the 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner, raced here in the late 1970s....
  • Dixon edges Franchitti to win Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio

    Dixon edges Franchitti to win Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio
    Picking up speed into the fourth turn when the green flag waved on Lap 61, Scott Dixon planned to hold the line beside his teammate Dario Franchitti and then try to pull ahead out of the turn. But Franchitti got such a good start, Dixon had to change...
  • Grand Prix aims to be green, but challenges remain

    Grand Prix aims to be green, but challenges remain
    When race fans roll into town for the Baltimore Grand Prix this weekend, they can expect to find the Inner Harbor course lined with more than 1,200 recycling bins, and their drinks will be served in cups made of biodegradable corn instead of plastic. The...
  • Patrick still has a lot to prove

    When it comes to polarizing athletes, Danica Patrick is probably ranked with Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow in a category all their own. So it's not surprising that not everyone in NASCAR is smitten by the news Patrick is expected to run a full 2012...
  • For open-wheel racing, a comeback

    Thirteen years after major open-wheel formula-style racing failed miserably at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, the IZOD IndyCar Series returns to the track today for the running of the MoveThatBlock.com 225. "We need to be here," series veteran driver Ryan...
  • Scenes from the Baltimore Grand Prix

    Scenes from the Baltimore Grand Prix
    Among the tens of thousands of fans who came this weekend for the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix were a large number of racing rookies. They were attracted for a variety of reasons -- fast cars, a party atmosphere and the idea of supporting their...
  • Conway says Sunday's IndyCar finish 'was a shame'

    Conway says Sunday's IndyCar finish 'was a shame'
    IndyCar driver Mike Conway was in town Monday to unveil his new black and yellow race car that will be sponsored by Buffalo Wild Wings and Wings Across America (the Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar Maryland Franchisee). The local company will be the...
  • Racing rookies flock to Baltimore's inaugural grand prix

    Racing rookies flock to Baltimore's inaugural grand prix
    Turn 1, a sharp right from Pratt Street onto Light Street, was the scene of numerous wipe-outs during practice runs, and as the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix got started yesterday it was a scene that Chris Clifford captured with his cellphone, which he...
  • Baltimore Grand Prix viewing will be both loud and luxurious

    Baltimore Grand Prix viewing will be both loud and luxurious
    Now that Baltimore's debut Grand Prix is just days away, the trash talk is revving up by the hour. And that's not counting the race car drivers. Nope, the motormouths trading good-natured insults are the fans who will watch the races up close and...
  • Will Power wins the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix

    Will Power wins the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix
    As his fellow competitors bounced over man-made curbs and bumps, and sometimes bumbled their way through tight turns on the temporary street course at the inaugural IndyCar Baltimore Grand Prix, Will Power drove like a man out for a Sunday drive -- only...
  • Towson grad Thormann is now the brains behind Andretti racing

    Towson grad Thormann is now the brains behind Andretti racing
    When he was growing up in Towson, JF Thormann could not, in his wildest fantasies, have imagined a day when downtown Baltimore would be turned into a IndyCar racetrack. He did, however, frequently spend his afternoons and evenings pretending there was...