From IndyCar driver to now owning her own racing team, life outside of the driver's seat hasn't slowed down for Sarah Fisher -- far from it.
Janet Guthrie made history in NASCAR and IndyCar three decades before Danica Patrick, overcoming obstacles and insults even worse than those female racers face today.
In the final Nationwide race of her first full season, Danica Patrick finishes 13th at Homestead and laments a pit strategy that left her lacking in fresh tires.
Despite a drop in her Q Score, Danica Patrick remains well above the average NASCAR driver and right up there with the best.
Different drivers look for different things in a crew chief. For Danica Patrick, nothing is more important than trust.
Danica Patrick has achieved fame and fortune, but Brooke, her younger sister, is quick to remind her whose idea it was to race and who was faster.
It's clear ratings are down for IndyCar and up for Nationwide this season, but it's unclear whether that's because of Danica Patrick's series switch.
The small town of Roscoe, Ill., ordinary in so many ways, was home to a girl with extraordinary dreams. Danica Patrick has realized those dreams -- and never forgotten her roots.
A bizarre crash on Lap 1 causes extensive damage to Danica Patrick's car and ends her day early at Watkins Glen.
The track is oh-so-familiar, the car entirely different. Danica Patrick returns to the site of her greatest glory when NASCAR's Nationwide Series visits Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend.
Whether in NASCAR or IndyCar, no one driver -- no matter how popular -- can bring people to the track. Only the sport can do that.
After a successful run in IndyCar, Danica Patrick switched over to NASCAR last year and had a rocky start. She wants to win this year, but she's also out to gain some credibility, writes Janet Reitman in ESPN The Magazine.
Danica Patrick wants to race in the Indianapolis 500 again; her NASCAR schedule brings her to Charlotte, N.C., for the Coca-Cola 600 on the same weekend each year. Why not do both?
Watching Pole Day stirred memories for Danica Patrick, and she admitted she'd like another crack at open-wheel's greatest event.
TrueCar.com has pledged more than $10-million to fund six women drivers for two seasons. Katherine Legge and Shannon McIntosh are among the lucky recipients.
Once fierce competitors in go-karts, then rivals in IndyCar, Danica Patrick and Sam Hornish Jr. have crossed paths again in NASCAR's Nationwide Series.