Found July 28, 2012 on IMAGE CPR SPORTS:
Check out the video. NASCAR driver Danica Patrick crashed on the 38th lap of the Nationwide Series race in her return to the Brickyard in Indianapolis. Patrick bumped Reed Sorenson’s No. 98 car from behind. Both cars hit the wall in Turn 1. “This guy is starting to piss me off,” Patrick told her crew over the radio just a lap before the crash.

Danica considering return to Indy 500

Danica Patrick is back at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Could a return to the Indy 500 be next? As Patrick spent Thursday preparing for the Nationwide race at Indianapolis on Saturday, she also was looking ahead to next season, when she plans to move up to a full-time Sprint Cup Series schedule. And as part of that move up to Cup, she'd apparently consider ''doing...

Danica's day at Indy ends early

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Danica Patrick Indianapolis Press Conference Transcript

    2012 KROGER SUPER WEEKEND AT THE BRICKYARD PRESS CONFERENCE Danica Patrick, July 26, 2012 Q. Talk about your debut video with Miranda Lambert. I know you mentioned you had fun making it with her. DANICA PATRICK: I haven't seen it, so I can't say the same, but I can't wait to see it because I haven't. But it was a lot of fun. Miranda is a very, very cool...
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