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Danica Patrick demonstrated once again, she isn’t qualified to drive a NASCAR. She qualified her car at almost 5 MPH slower than pole winner Jimmie Johnson who averaged 180.654 MPH. Patrick put her car into the 34th position with a speed of 175.860. The former Daytona Pole winner hasn’t done much since winning the pole on the supper speedway. She lacks the tools to be competitive in NASCAR. It isn’t the equipment. They give her the best week after week. It is her driving. She can’t get the car up to speed and we have seen it from her on tracks like Indianapolis and Michigan. Patrick is just wasting good equipment. Her race team works hard to give her the best car they can put on the track and it is becoming a waste of their time. The sooner Stewart-Haas Racing realizes that Patrick is the wrong choice for a driver the sooner they may get back to winning races. They aren’t going to win putting Patrick in the car and they should be able to see that she isn’t even competitive in the r...
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Written By: Katie Copple
After a weekend off for various appearances and some relaxation in Chicago, Danica Patrick was back behind the wheel and this time it was at a venue all too familiar to the 31 year old NASCAR Rookie.
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Nobody likes it when a race weekend has rain that cancels practice or qualifying. That can be especially said for rookie drivers needing as much track time as possible. That scenario played out in June for Danica Patrick and her Stewart-Haas Racing team. Getting back to the track within a month is a benefit for a rookie trying to learn the ropes still.
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