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Danica Patrick has a ride for the 2018 Indy 500, but won't name team

Danica Patrick will officially say goodbye to racing at this year's Indy 500. The driver herself confirmed that a deal is now in place to run the mythical race but also remained coy about the name of her part-time employer. Patrick had long ago unveiled plans to race at this year's Daytona and Indy 500 as part of a 'Danica Double' before retiring from the sport. Although she had already secured financial backing from internet giant godaddy.com and sorted out her entry for NASCAR's premier event (to be held on 18 February) quite some time ago, an Indy deal was still pending. 'I just needed to make sure it (the deal) was done, the rest I don’t...
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