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Patrick told AP it took her many months to come to the realization her career is all but over. Ganassi has room to field additional cars - he's scaling down from four full-time cars to two next year - and would give Patrick a car capable of winning.
41 team since November 2014 and a crew chief at SHR since the organization's inception in 2009, will remain with SHR in an unnamed capacity.[More]()Danica Patrick's talks with Ganassi break down: Talks between Danica Patrick and Chip Ganassi Racing about driving in the 2018 Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500 appear to have broken down, according to Chip Ganassi, who informed a packed crowd of the news at the Performance Racing Industry Show (PRI Show) opening breakfast.[More](12-7-2017)Ganassi, Team Danica discuss possibilities for 2018 partnership Team owner Chip Ganassi spoke personally with Danica Patrick and her representatives Thursday and Friday about the possibility of fielding cars for her in either the Daytona 500, Indianapolis 500, or both, but said he doesn't yet have enough information to determine if participating in her farewell jaunt is feasible.Patrick has expressed confidence in being able to bring sponsorship to field both ventures.Ganassi said "I would think it would be better to do it with one team." The team owner said he has not had time to consider when he'd need a commitment and firm details from Patrick's camp.(NASCAR Wire Service)[Read More Here]()Danica announces 2017 will be final season as full-time driver, but....; TV in future?Following Sunday's race in Homestead, Danica plans to step away from full-time competition.While Danica may not be competing on a weekly basis next year, we are thrilled to share with you that she will be doing the "Danica Double" and will be a part of the 60th running of the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway in February and the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in May.(Danica Patrick Racing) AND Danica Patrick is in talks with NBC Sports to potentially join the network in the coming months, although her driving career might not quite be finished, two people with knowledge of her future plans told USA TODAY Sports on Friday.(USA Today)[Read More Here]()Stewart-Haas crew chief lineup not set Greg Zipadelli said the 2018 crew chief line up for Stewart-Haas Racing is still a work in progress.She currently has a winery in California, a line of athletic wear and an exercise and fitness program.
Patrick said she'll have more time to spend on those ventures after the Indy 500. It forces you into thinking about things and nothing was lining up easily.''If I don't feel like I can run better than where I am, then I don't want to do it.
UPDATE: One of the most talked about vacancies in the NASCAR garage is the one that will be occur at the end of the season when Danica Patrick steps away from Stewart-Haas Racing and the #10 car but at no point in the process has she said he is done with racing.
Now, there is talk she could end up at Roush Fenway Racing with boyfriend, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., and she would neither confirm nor deny when asked this past week at Martinsville Speedway.() UPDATE: ESPN.com's Bob Pockrass spoke to Roush-Fenway president Steve Newmark who said that Roush did not have a spot open next season.[More](11-4-2017)Aspen Dental not expected to return: Aspen Dental is not expected to return to Stewart-Haas Racing next year, according to sources, amid the forthcoming departure of driver Danica Patrick.
She told her agent, and she's been working on putting together 'The Danica Double' over the last several weeks.'Nothing that was being presented excited me, then about three weeks ago, I just blurted out, 'What about Indy? Patrick will not be driving in the Daytona 500 for Stewart-Haas Racing, team co-owner Tony Stewart told AP.
Patrick moved from Indy Car to NASCAR after the 2011 season, and has been racing Cup cars for SHR since 2012.
Patrick was highly marketable early in her career even though wins were rare. When no strong opportunities for next season presented itself, Patrick decided to call it a career at Indy next Memorial Day weekend.'I think it's awesome and it will make for a huge month of May that she's back there,' said Stewart, who spent half of his career trying to win the Indy 500. I'd been going through this in my head and kept asking myself, 'How am I going to get the words out and say it's over?