A jarring crash ended her day early at Kansas, but Danica Patrick remains determined to finish the season on a positive note.
After a top-10 finish at Daytona, it has been all downhill for Danica Patrick. She admits it's frustrating to have nothing to show for her efforts.
Daytona International Speedway is the site of historic firsts in Danica Patrick's career, but she also has a seventh at Kansas and top 20s in two of the past three races.
From a crash in practice to a crash on pit road, a lot went wrong for Danica Patrick at Bristol, but she persevered for an 18th-place finish.
From Richard Petty's comments to a blown engine and subsequent penalty to a jarring crash on Lap 145 Sunday, Danica Patrick had an unfulfilling Speedweeks.
Never mind the differing lifestyles and an occasional wreck, NASCAR's power couple is thriving no matter what the situation.
On a superspeedway for the first time since Daytona, the results were decidedly different for Danica Patrick: two races, two crashes, two opportunities spoiled.
Amid the chaos of the crash-filled final laps, Danica Patrick posts her best Cup finish of the season -- 17th -- Sunday at Phoenix.
Danica Patrick avoided trouble most of the night until a bump by Regan Smith sent her into the wall and a 29th-place finish.
A bizarre crash on Lap 1 causes extensive damage to Danica Patrick's car and ends her day early at Watkins Glen.
In the second Sprint Cup race of her career, Danica Patrick fared much better than her first, a disaster at Daytona that included a first-lap crash.
After three Daytona crashes, Danica Patrick's crew chief said the goal was to finish at Phoenix and learn as much as possible. A tricky track presented a challenge.
In her last race as a full-time IndyCar driver, Danica Patrick barely avoided the crash that claimed Dan Wheldon's life.