If the Danica Patrick vs. Richard Petty NASCAR head-to-head match race ever comes off we know exactly who Go Daddy owner Bob Parsons will be rooting for.
This year's Danica Patrick/GoDaddy Super Bowl commercial had a different, less risque feel than those in the past.
Whether Danica stays or goes with GoDaddy, she has expansive commercial experience to draw on. Check it out.
Despite a shift in focus at GoDaddy, Danica Patrick remains solidly entrenched with the company, CEO Blake Irving says -- whether she wins or not.
Self-described as eclectic, Blake Irving is a musician, loves to surf, cycle and golf, but he really lights up when he starts discussing his cars.
Danica Patrick finished strong last year in the Nationwide Series, but with two races to go in her rookie Sprint Cup season, she's still struggling.
James Hinchcliffe will return to Andretti Autosport in 2014 with sponsorship from United Fiber & Data.
Andretti Autosport will announce a new primary sponsor Saturday to replace GoDaddy next season on the car currently driven by James Hinchcliffe.
Danica Patrick's familiar GoDaddy green will be gone the entire month of October as she'll race with a bright pink paint scheme to help raise breast cancer awareness.
After early struggles, Tony Stewart and Ryan Newman posted wins, but Danica Patrick still has a vast amount of work to do.
Danica Patrick hasn't gotten any long-term assurances on her future with GoDaddy from the new CEO, but she likes the direction he's headed.
James Hinchcliffe couldn't help but get emotional after his first IndyCar victory. Winning in the car the late Dan Wheldon was slated to drive, in Wheldon's adopted hometown, was "so special."
Danica Patrick admitted to being a little starry-eyed when she met model Bar Refaeli while shooting a Super Bowl commercial. See what else she had to say in an off-the-cuff Q&A with espnW.
From working the VIP room, to serving as grand marshal of the parade to reveling with raucous fans, Danica Patrick was seemingly everywhere during GoDaddy.com Bowl weekend.
Danica Patrick's Super Bowl run will continue. GoDaddy.com founder Bob Parsons announced from company headquarters on Thursday that Patrick will appear in both of the company's Super Bowl spots in the February 3 game being held in New Orleans.
Despite a drop in her Q Score, Danica Patrick remains well above the average NASCAR driver and right up there with the best.