Danica Sue Patrick is the very first woman driver to ever win in an Indy car race during the Indy Japan 300 in 2008. Born on the 25th of March, Patrick is an auto racing driver who is presently competing in ARCA Racing Series which is presented by Menards and RE/MAX, IndyCar Series and NASCAR Nationwide Series. Aside from these, Patrick is also a model and an advertising spokeswoman. Both 2005 IndyCar Series season and 2005 Indianapolis 500 named her as Rookie of the Year.
This racer who was born in Beloit, Wisconsin and grew up in the lands of Roscoe, Illinois is the current driver of the Andretti Autosport’s number 7 GoDaddy.com Honda/Dallara. And this 2010, she is also the part time driver of number 7 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet Impala JR Motorsports for the NASCAR Nationwide Series. She also has her own equity stake for her number 7 team. Landing on the 3rd spot during the 2009 Indianapolis 500, her recorded finish was the highest made by a woman in the history of the event.
Since she was just a young girl, Patrick already showed interest in racing, just as Natalie Gulbis showed interest for golf. To advance her career in racing, then 16 year old Patrick moved to Milton Keynes in England.
Truly one remarkable woman like Mia Hamm, Patrick has yet again proven that even a woman can do things that a man can. Her memorabilia and collectibles are already out for her fans to choose from. There are also Venus Williams’ collectibles.
Her name is sometimes incorrectly spelled as Danika Patrick, Danicka Patrick, Danicca Patrick, Danica Patrik, Danica Patric, Danica Patricke and Danica Pattrick.