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Patrick's Daytona plans 'taking a little bit of time'

Danica Patrick admits things are taking longer than she'd like to nail down plans for the Daytona 500 on February 18. In November, Patrick announced she would not compete full-time in NASCAR going forward, but that she wanted to end her career by running in the 60th annual Daytona 500 and 2018 Indy 500. She has not yet announced who she will drive for, and in an interview with The Morning Drive on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, the former Stewart-Haas Racing driver expressed hope that things will come together soon for her to be behind the wheel. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Jordan King to drive ECR's No.20 on road/street courses in 2018 Fan requests prompted Iowa IndyCar time shift The...
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