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Patrick to close career with Daytona, Indy in 2018

Danica Patrick broke down in tears as she confirmed 2017 was her last season as a full-time driver. "I'm grateful for all the opportunities," Patrick said Friday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. "I'm thankful to Dale [Earnhardt Jr. and Kelly [Earnhardt Miller] and Bob Parsons from GoDaddy for getting me into NASCAR. Thank you to Tony [Stewart] and Gene [Haas]. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar The Week in IndyCar Nov. 17, with Mike Hull, Pt 2 The Week in IndyCar Nov. 16, with Mike Hull, Part 1 Foyt team confirms Leist to partner Kanaan Newgarden, ECR duo test aero kit at Texas Veach building strength ahead of 2018 IndyCar campaign "I don't feel like I was necessarily...
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