Found May 02, 2013 on Start 'N' Park Blog: Yardbarker Blogger Network
Season Recap: Danica Patrick will make her second start of the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) season this weekend at Talladega Superspeedway. Patrick’s first start of 2013 also came at a superspeedway, at Daytona International Speedway in the NNS season opener. Starting in the 12th spot, Patrick quickly moved through the 40-car pack and found herself racing for the lead. Patrick went on to lead five laps before she experienced an electrical failure on lap 31, forcing an early retirement from the DRIVE4COPD 300 and relegating her to a 36th-place finish. Return to Talladega: Patrick will make her second start at the 2.66-mile Talladega Superspeedway. Patrick made her first start at the superspeedway last season, starting in 17th and working her way up through the field to lead a lap before eventually coming home with a top-15 finish, in 13th place. Welcome Aboard: The No. 34 Chevrolet is sporting the colors of AccuDoc Solutions this weekend at Talladega Superspeedway with Go Dadd...

Danica Patrick takes the ice at Blackhawks game

NASCAR driver Danica Patrick was on hand for Tuesday night's Chicago Blackhawks playoff game and was invited to participate in the team's "Shoot the Puck" contest during the intermission. Impressively, Patrick scored a goal on her very first shot and advanced to the next "round".  Unfortunately, the difficulty level was raised and she wasn't able...

Danica Patrick looks to repeat Daytona success at Talladega

Back at Daytona in February, Danica Patrick shocked the world by sitting on the pole for the Daytona 500 and finishing in the top 10. So what’s to say she can’t do the same thing this weekend? After all, she has the same car. Patrick recognizes there is probably a spike in expectations, but says that you have to take into consideration that luck is a big part of plate racing...

‘Teen Mom’ Farrah Sex Tape Photos, Danica Patrick Hockey Shot & Evan Turner Beefing With Goose

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Danica Patrick attempts to shoot puck from center ice at Blackhawks playoff game (Video)

Back on Tuesday night, NASCAR driver Danica Patrick was invited to make an appearance at the United Center in Chicago as she was in attendance for game one of the Chicago Blackhawks first round playoff match-up against the Minnesota Wild. During an intermission, Danica was brought out to center ice to attempt some shots from center ice and watch as Miss Patrick delivers from distance:

Danica looks to break through at Talladega.

Say what you will about NASCAR's Princess of Speed, Danica Patrick ain't scared to put the throttle down. Back in 2005 at Indianapolis, Danica turned the fastest single lap of 229.880, which was tops for the month of May. It was also the fastest ever by a woman at The Brickyard. Back in February, Patrick was the fastest qualifier at Daytona, becoming the first woman to win...

Danica Patrick plays ‘Shoot the Puck’ at Blackhawks game, scores (Video)

Danica Patrick was one of the contestants during for “Shoot the Puck” at the Chicago Blackhawks game on Tuesday night, and she scored on her first shot. The racecar driver did an interview with CSN Chicago’s Susannah Collins between periods and said she wanted to see a fight in the game. “Am I a geek fan if I want to see a fight?” Patrick asked. After being assured she...

Video: Danica Patrick scores from center ice at Blackhawks game

Danica Patrick and boyfriend Rick Stenhouse Jr. were on hand Tuesday night as the Chicago Blackhawks played host to the Minnesota Wild.Not only was Patrick in attendance, but NASCAR's most popular female driver also tried her hand at hockey, by attempting four shot attempts from center ice during the second intermission.As you can see, Patrick nets her first shot to draw applause...

Patrick aiming for different type goal at 'Dega

Danica Patrick knows the importance of having the right equipment and aiming for the openings, however slender. Patrick scored on her first try during a ''Shoot the Puck'' promotion at intermission of Tuesday night's first-round playoff game between the Chicago Blackhawks and Minnesota Wild. She said Friday at Talladega Superspeedway that she wisely switched...

Danica Patrick sinks first shot in Blackhawks intermission appearance

Between the second and third periods at Chicago Blackhawks games, they play a little intermission game called "Shoot the Puck." You get a few chances to get the puck through one of the teeny holes in the wooden backstop and into the net; you do this, and you get a prize (!). It's more mini-golf than hockey, but it's still fun. Sometimes the Blackhawks will trot...

Danica Patrick Gives Hockey Face

Danica Patrick and Boyfriend Enjoy the NHL Playoffs

Playoff hockey is the best T… Racing speedsters Danica Patrick and her boyfriend Ricky Stenhouse Jr. were spotted at the Chicago Blackhawks playoff game yesterday. Patrick participated in “Shoot the Puck” She looked like a natural on the ice as she found the back of the net on her first try, advancing her to the final round before her last shot swerved to the left of the net...

Danica Patrick Shoots the Puck

Great Expectations

  Should expectations for Danica Patrick be ramped up at Talladega, given that she's in same chassis she drove to the pole for the Daytona 500? The answer, according to Patrick, is a simple yes and no. "I suppose it's fair to say that there should be a little spike in expectations, but you also have to take into consideration on these big speedways that there is a whole...


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