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Danica Patrick (7) sent Sam Hornish Jr. (12) into the wall at Talladega after Hornish squeezed her on the final lap during the Aaron’s 312.
“I don't know,” Patrick said when asked what had happened with Hornish. “He came up to me afterward and apologized. I'm not really sure.”
The two drivers have had a long-standing feud with each other. So, as you might expect, Hornish had a different point of view.
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At the end of the Nationwide race at Talladega, Danica Patrick decided to get back at Sam Hornish Jr by sending him into the wall after the race. Hornish prior to crossing the finish line hit Patrick after having a flat right front tire. Patrick didn’t like it and decided to get even.
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Danica Patrick and Johanna Long are in similar boats. Both are female Chevrolet drivers trying to build careers in male-dominated NASCAR.
Someday maybe they'll even meet.
Patrick makes her Talladega Superspeedway debut in Saturday's Nationwide Series race starting in the 17th spot. Long starts seven spots back.
They're not particularly interested in the inevitable...
Danica Patrick enjoys racing at Daytona and Talladega. For one thing, racing at restrictor-plate superspeedways reminds her most of IndyCar competition.
"It reminds me a lot of IndyCar racing because you're flat-out, you're looking for air, you're just trying to stay with the pack, and you're trying to weave your way through," Patrick said. "It'...
Danica Patrick took retaliation against Sam Hornish Jr. Saturday in the Aaron’s 312 at Talladega, sending him into the wall in Turn 1 after both drivers had finished the Nationwide Series race. The acrimony between the two is not new, as both raced in IndyCar before making the switch to NASCAR.
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The two drivers were racing for position through the tri...
Danica Patrick had a very eventful Aaron’s 312 on Saturday. She was leading the Nationwide series race with 40 laps to go, and she was in the top ten with approximately 14 laps to go.
But she fell back and eventually was a part of the big wreck at Talladega, the one which sent Eric McClure to the hospital.
And she had a post race dust-up with Sam Hornish Jr.
All in all, a pretty...
Dale Earnhardt, Jr., driver of the #88 National Guard/Diet Mountain Dew Chevrolet, met with members of the media at Talladega Superspeedway and discussed racing at Talladega, his season to-date, the Earnhardt legacy at Talladega, Danica Patrick and other topics.
TALK ABOUT BEING BACK AT TALLADEGA, WHERE YOU HAVE HAD A LOT SUCCESS: “We enjoy coming here. This is a great area. Really...
Tony Stewart delivered a tongue-in-cheek message to fans who had been clamoring for some bang-'em-up wrecks.
''Honestly, I think if we haven't crashed at least 50 percent of the field by the end of the race, we need to extend the race until we crash at least 50 percent of the cars,'' Stewart said after Sunday's race at Talladega Superspeedway...
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By: NASCAR Wire Service TALLADEGA, Ala. — With a slingshot move past Sprint Cup teammate Kyle Busch five laps into overtime, Joey Logano won Saturday afternoon’s Aaron’s 312 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Talladega Superspeedway. In a race that saw Eric McClure injured and Danica Patrick using her Chevrolet for payback, Logano beat Busch to [...]
In the Nationwide Series the spotlight has been on Danica Patrick and Travis Pastrana. In the Rookie of the year standings, Austin Dillon and Cole Whitt are on top but what about Johanna Long.
Long has been quietly rising up within the NASCAR world but has gone unnoticed. As a female racer she has been compared to the rest of the women who compete. Don’t count out the young driver...