Danica Patrick is a race car driver. I don't know where improving the world fits into this.
Yes. Danica Patrick is a professional race car driver. She drives in both the IndyCar Series and the Nascar Nationwide Series.
Danica Patrick was the first woman to win an Indy car race in Japan.
Yes, Danica Patrick and Sarah Fisher come to mind. There are others.
That Danica Patrick person, the race car girl? He's really into her.
Although several have competed, she is the first woman to win an Indy car race.
Yes, it was. From 2010 through 2012 in the Nascar Nationwide Series, Danica Patrick drove for JR Motorsports, which is co-owned by Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Danica Patrick drives a Honda in the Indy Racing League.
No, there were 3 female drivers in Indy car before Danica, Janet Guthrie, Lynn St James and Sarah Fisher. There have been numerous other female race car drivers in other venues. See link below for more info.
Danica Patrick has started 115 IRL races in her career.
No, she did not. Josh Wise drove the #7 car in Nashville on April 23, 2011 .
No. Danica Patrick has never driven the #88 car. In the Cup Series she drives the #10 and in the Nationwide Series she drives the #7.
In 2005, Danica Patrick began racing in the IRL Indy Car Series. Her first ARCA race was on February 6, 2010 and she began to race in the Nascar Nationwide Series on February 13, 2010. Her first Nascar Cup Series race was the Daytona 500 on February 27, 2012.
Danica Patrick (race car driver), Dolly Parton, Dan Patrick (radio/sports analyst), Don Pardo (Saturday Night Live announcer)
In 2013, Danica Patrick will drive a limited schedule in the Nascar Nationwide Series for Turner Scott Motorsports.
Danica Patrick in the Japan 300 at Twin Ring Motegi in Motegi, Japan on April 20, 2008.
On April 20, 2008, Danica Patrick became the first woman to win an Indy car race. She won the Indy Japan 300 in Motegi, Japan.
No, Janet Guthrie was
Danica Patrick drives for Stewart-Haas Racing in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series. The team is co-owned by Tony Stewart and Gene Haas.
Danica Patrick drives the #10 car full-time in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series. She also drives the #34 car on a limited basis in the Nationwide Series.
Danica Patrick drives the #10 car in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series for Stewart-Haas Racing. She also drives the #34 car in the Nationwide Series on a limited basis for Turner Scott Motorsports.
The fifth-highest paid woman in sports for 2014 is race car driver, Danica Patrick. First on the list is Maria Sharapova, the tennis player.