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Danica Patrick

33-Year-Old Driver – Stewart Haas Racing

 

2015 Fantasy Racing Outlook

Last season saw some incremental improvement in Patrick’s performance. She more than doubled her Top 10 totals going from one the previous year to three in 2014. She also improved her average finish over the prior season from 26.1 to 23.7. However, there were still inconsistencies and problems that kept Patrick from improving any further. The four DNF’s were not out of the ordinary and considering two of them were mechanical failures, even less so. The one glaring problem continues to be qualifying and poor starting position. While Patrick did take to the new knockout qualifying format last season and improve, she’s still averaging about 22nd-place each week on the starting grid. This is going to have to improve if Patrick hopes to make any headway in 2015. She is being paired with yet another new crew chief in the upcoming season, so SHR continues to shuffle the deck looking for the right boost for this driver and team.

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Car: No. 10 Chevrolet   Crew Chief: Daniel Knost   Birthdate: 3/25/1982   Country: USA   

March 30, 2015    Sprint Cup News Update

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Patrick knows sometimes it is better to be lucky than good. On a long Sunday afternoon at Martinsville, she was both lucky and good. Patrick enjoyed a seventh-place finish in the STP 500 with a little luck, good driving and a good car, ESPN.com reports.

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March 26, 2015

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When Patrick returns to make her fifth Sprint Cup start at Martinsville this weekend, her No. 10 Chevy SS will feature a much different look as it carries the colors of TaxACT, the official tax preparation service partner of Patrick and SHR, Stewart Haas Racing PR reports.

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March 19, 2015

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For this weekend's Auto Club 400, Patrick's car will sport the blue-and-white colors of Aspen Dental, Stewart Haas Racing PR reports.

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February 25, 2015

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The No. 10 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team of Stewart-Haas Racing has received a written warning for a rules infraction discovered during the opening day of Speedweeks, NASCAR announced Wednesday, NBC Sports reports.

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February 18, 2015

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Patrick sustained damage to her No. 10 Chevrolet in Wednesday's first practice for the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway.

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February 12, 2015

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TaxACT, the maker of do-it-yourself digital tax filing solutions that help millions of Americans file their taxes, is teaming up with GoDaddy as a co-primary sponsor of the No. 10 Chevy of Patrick for the Sprint Unlimited, Stewart Haas Racing PR reports.

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January 28, 2015

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Patrick, who is entering her third season in the No. 10 GoDaddy Chevy, is in the final year of her contract. Stewart-Haas Racing owner Gene Haas says discussions are ongoing and the evaluation process began from "the day she starts". Haas isn't concerned with how Patrick has struggled in the first two seasons. He believes the potential is there, motorsport.com reports.

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