Danica Patrick Starts in Pole at Daytona 500

Danica Patrick has made NASCAR history. She is the first woman to win pole. It is not just any pole position. She will lead the legendary Daytona 500 race on Sunday, Feb. 24.

Feb 19 2013, 5:14am CST | by

Danica Patrick Starts in Pole at Daytona 500
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All eyes will be on Danica Patrick this Sunday. She is the first woman that won a NASCAR pole. Danica Patrick drives the #10 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet. It is screaming green, so you will not miss it during the Daytona 500 race on TV. This is the first season for Danica Patrick where is she will drive in all races of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

Danica Patrick is known nation-wide not just for her driving. The sexy racer is starring since years in Go Daddy Super Bowl Ads. Her marketing value will sky-rocket for Go Daddy if she wins the Daytona 500 race.

See photos of Danica Patrick from her pole win in Daytona last weekend below.

 
 
 

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