From Erica Enders-Stevens' NHRA world title to Danica Patrick's career-best sixth at Atlanta to a landmark 100th win for women in NHRA history, there was a lot to celebrate in 2014.
With racing's best clawing for a spot in the Contender Round, Danica Patrick charged to the lead late at Talladega and -- though she fell back -- earned trust and respect in the process.
After improving each week since Daytona, including a season-best 14th at Fontana, Danica Patrick fell flat at Martinsville. Check out our Five Observations.
Danica Patrick and Courtney Force have earned the headlines for women in auto racing thus far this season, but other drivers have had their moments, too.
Danica Patrick has a penchant for doing her best in the biggest moment; there's none bigger than Sunday in the Daytona 500.
Crew chief Tony Gibson and his team are fired up to work with Danica Patrick in her Sprint Cup campaign, and it begins this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway.
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.
Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. first bonded at Nationwide rookie meetings in 2010. They've developed a mutual trust and respect -- and have been known to crack each other up.
In a race in which Danica Patrick led for a lap, she couldn't find a drafting partner at the end. An incident with Sam Hornish Jr. on the cool-down lap marred a strong effort.
Whether it's a special occasion, a vino vacation or pairings with a multicourse meal, Danica Patrick loves wine. And she has the cellar to prove it.
On 11/11/11, we decided to reflect on the 11 top women's sports moments of 2011. What a year it's already been, and it's not over yet.