As a senior editor for the newly launched website The Players' Tribune, Danica Patrick can write what she wants when she wants, and she's relishing the opportunity.
A top female executive in the male-powered world of auto racing, Kelley Earnhardt Miller talks gender, opportunity and whether NASCAR is doing enough for women drivers.
John Force is going for his 17th NHRA championship; daughter Courtney is going for her first. As the Countdown winds down and the standings squeeze tighter, the pressure mounts and emotions soar.
From Champ Car to IndyCar to Delta Wing, Katherine Legge always has managed to find a ride. Now she finds herself in Formula E, the possible future path of motorsports.
Two of Danica Patrick's Stewart-Haas teammates qualified for the Chase. Helping them win is her priority -- unless she's running in the top 5. Then all bets are off.
Shirley Muldowney faced a firestorm of opposition when she broke into the NHRA ranks, but through dogged determination, she won three series championships and changed the face of racing forever.
Danica Patrick finished a career-high sixth at Atlanta late Sunday, tying Janet Guthrie for the best finish by a woman in the modern era in a top-tier NASCAR race.
Johanna Long has returned to her roots and Late Model racing after losing her Nationwide ride before the start of the season. In a tight sponsor climate, her prospects for next year are dim, too.
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.
Focus is honed. Intensity ratchets up. No one wants to lose, but across racing, guys especially don't want to lose to women.
A month that started on a high note for Danica Patrick at Daytona fizzled on another of her favorite tracks when a broken rear gear resulted in a 42nd-place finish at the Brickyard.
Danica Patrick has spent lavishly on the fineries in life, but surprisingly even to her, she enjoys rolling up her sleeves, grabbing a jigsaw and making things out of wood.
The results -- two top-10 finishes, six top-20s and a significant improvement in qualifying -- say Danica Patrick is making strides. Her crew chief thinks a top-5 -- and even a win -- could be just around the corner.
Danica Patrick avoided two big wrecks that wiped out much of the field and tied her second-best NASCAR Sprint Cup finish, winding up eighth in the rain-shortened Coke Zero 400 at Daytona.
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.
Struggling since an engine failure at Charlotte, Danica Patrick is looking to swing momentum at Daytona.