Danica Patrick vs A. Jerrold Perenchio

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AthleteAthlete
Founder & Owner, Chartwell Leisure
Net worth 2018
$2.8 Billion
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Industry
Media
United States
Country
United States
25/03/1982
BirthDay
Children
3
Education
Bachelor of Arts / Science, University of California, Los Angeles
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TIMELINE
2019

She placed 19th in the first race of the season, the Grand Prix of St

2018

For the 2018 Daytona 500, Patrick is slated to join Premium Motorsports in its No

2017

In June 2017, she joined Fox's Cup driver-only broadcast of the Xfinity Series race at Pocono Raceway, working in the studio alongside Denny Hamlin

2016

Patrick also voices the race car character Rally in Nickelodeon's Blaze and the Monster Machines 2016 animated series

2015

Fox NASCAR hired Patrick on February 21, 2015, as a booth analyst for Xfinity Series races

2014

In 2014, she joined The Players' Tribune as a featured writer, having been immediately attracted to founder Derek Jeter's concept of allowing athletes to write and control their own content

2013

" In June 2013, former NASCAR driver Kyle Petty called Patrick a "marketing machine" and asserted that she was not a race car driver

2012

From November 2012 to December 2017, Patrick was in a relationship with fellow driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr

2011

Patrick remained at JR Motorsports for the 2011 Nationwide Series, and ran a part-time schedule that consisted of twelve races

2010

Patrick made her acting debut in the February 10, 2010, episode of CSI: NY where she played a race car driver suspected of murder

2009

The Most Watched Super Bowl commercial of 2009, according to TiVo, was Patrick's "Enhancement" ad for GoDaddy

2008

She was also in a 2008 "inspirational, feel-good" GoDaddy commercial called "Kart" that features a girl who aspires to be like Patrick

2006

She drove a Pagani Zonda Roadster around the streets of Monaco in the music video of Jay-Z's song "Show Me What You Got" in 2006

2005

In 2005, Patrick married physical therapiSt Paul Edward Hospenthal, whom she met at his office in 2002 when she was recovering from a hip injury she sustained during a yoga session

2004

In December 2004, Rahal Letterman Racing named Patrick to their IndyCar Series roster for 2005 after the team found the resources to run a third car

2003

Patrick switched to the Toyota Atlantic Series in 2003, and was the first woman to race in the championship since 1974

2002

Patrick took her first career pole position at the season's eighth race at Kansas Speedway, becoming the second woman in IndyCar Series' history to achieve the feat after Sarah Fisher in 2002

2001

Jaguar Racing team principal Bobby Rahal organized a second test for her with the expectation it would lead to her being put in the Paul Stewart Racing development program, but it was cancelled in the summer of 2001, after new owner Niki Lauda fired Rahal

2000

Nevertheless, she came second in the 2000 Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch in an outdated Haywood Racing vehicle, tying Danny Sullivan's best performance by an American in the event

1999

During the three years Patrick spent in the United Kingdom, she raced in Formula Vauxhall and Formula Ford, coming ninth in points in the 1999 British Formula Vauxhall Championship

1998

Her parents gave Patrick permission drop out of high school midway through her junior year in 1998, and obtain a GED certification

1996

Additionally, ABC and MTV ran television segments on Patrick in 1996

1994

Patrick began her season by qualifying on the pole for the DRIVE4COPD 300, making her the second woman to achieve this feat in top-level NASCAR since Shawna Robinson in 1994

1990

Born to a working-class family in Beloit, Wisconsin, Patrick began karting at the age of ten and achieved early success by winning her class in the World Karting Association Grand National Championship three times in the mid-1990s

1982

Patrick was born on March 25, 1982, in Beloit, Wisconsin

1978

She clinched her best finish in the Sprint Cup Series with a sixth at the Oral-B USA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, making her the second woman to take a top ten at the circuit; this beat the record of Janet Guthrie's tenth-place finish in 1978

1970

Her parents met on a blind date at a snowmobile event in the 1970s when Bev was a mechanic for a friend's snowmobile

1950

At the first race of the season, the Daytona 500, she retired when she made contact with Greg Biffle on the 184th lap, spun into some grass, and heavily damaged her car's front end

1949

She set three records during the season: the first came at the Aaron's 499 where she was the first female to lead at the track, and her finishing position of 22nd was the best for any woman at the circuit

1943

She finished 43rd in the drivers' standings, with 1,032 points in 13 starts

1940

Patrick led two laps of the Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway during the pit stop cycle, and finished 16th, and at the Quaker State 400, she became the first woman to qualify to start a hundred Cup Series race

1936

In 36 races, Patrick scored 716 points, placing her 24th in the drivers' standings, the highest of her career

1934

34 car at the season-opening DRIVE4COPD 300, starting third and finishing 19th

1933

Patrick was credited with a 33rd-place finish for the season-opening Daytona 500 after she was forced into retirement from being caught up in a multi-car accident

1930

Although Patrick struggled during her rookie season, she had her best finish of the year at the season-ending Ford 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway where she came 19th

1929

At the Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma, Patrick set a new series record for the most consecutive races running at the finish with her 29th event passing without her failing to finish

1928

At the season's end, Patrick finished 28th in points, one position down from the previous year, although she finished with 89 more points than her rookie season

1927

1, five DNF's, and was 27th in the standings with 646 points

1926

Patrick's best performance throughout the rest of the season was an eleventh-place finish at Texas Motor Speedway; she came 26th in points, with 321 accrued

1924

Patrick was again 24th in the final drivers' standings, but had fewer points than the previous season, at 689 accrued, and did not finish three races she entered

1922

She started from the 22nd position and finished two spots higher than that