Never mind the differing lifestyles and an occasional wreck, NASCAR's power couple is thriving no matter what the situation.
Rising through the ranks and breaking barriers along the way, Alba Colon holds the top NASCAR position for General Motors and has been bringing in championships left and right.
Whether hampered by a poor qualifying effort, caught in a late wreck or confounded by the new Gen-6 race car, Danica Patrick has struggled of late.
Danica Patrick and her crew chief found positives after a 28th-place finish Saturday. Patrick had her work cut out for her, starting 40th and racing in a backup car.
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.
Danica Patrick will get her first taste of Darlington's jutting backstretch wall in Saturday night's Southern 500. It could be a jarring introduction.
On perhaps the toughest track on the circuit, Danica Patrick tied her second-best finish of the year.
If the No. 10 car fails to meet the top-35 mark, Danica Patrick will have to qualify at Darlington, and that could put a wrench in some carefully laid plans.