39 min

S2: E2 Danica Patrick Talks Conquering Racing, Ignoring Sexism, The Bible‪.‬ Allison Interviews

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Catch up with Allison Kugel: YouTube, Instagram and www.allisoninterviews.com

As a racecar driver, Danica Patrick broke barriers and set records with her on-track performance. Danica joined the mainstream ranks by succeeding in the male-dominated world of professional motorsports. Danica was named to TIME’s “100 Most Influential People” list, has graced the cover of many prestigious publications and was featured in pictorials in the 2008 and 2009 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. She has appeared in a record-setting 14 Super Bowl commercials, 13 of which were for longtime partner, GoDaddy. 



In 2005, Danica stunned the world by leading 19 laps and finishing fourth in her first Indianapolis 500. She became the first woman to lead laps and score a top-five finish in the historic race. In 2008, Danica made history again becoming the first woman to win a major-league open-wheel race in a North American series with her victory in the IndyCar Series Indy Japan 300 race.



In 2013, as Danica transitioned to the NASCAR Cup Series, she made headlines around the world with her record-setting performance in the 55th Daytona 500 race. She became the first woman to win a NASCAR Cup Series pole when she set the fastest time in qualifying 500 and then finished in eighth place, the highest finishing position ever for a woman in the “Great American Race.” 



In 2018, Danica closed out her time in racing with the “Danica Double,” and competed in two marquee events that were cornerstones of her career: the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500.  In 2018, she shattered another glass ceiling when she became the first female host of the ESPY’s – ESPNs Sports Award show, 



Moving into her next chapter, and retired from racing, Danica Patrick authored the book, Pretty Intense, and has a popular podcast under the same name. Danica also serves as the sole proprietor of Somnium (www.somniumwine.com), a vineyard in Napa Valley, California. Follow on Instagram @DanicaPatrick.


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Catch up with Allison Kugel: YouTube, Instagram and www.allisoninterviews.com

As a racecar driver, Danica Patrick broke barriers and set records with her on-track performance. Danica joined the mainstream ranks by succeeding in the male-dominated world of professional motorsports. Danica was named to TIME’s “100 Most Influential People” list, has graced the cover of many prestigious publications and was featured in pictorials in the 2008 and 2009 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. She has appeared in a record-setting 14 Super Bowl commercials, 13 of which were for longtime partner, GoDaddy. 



In 2005, Danica stunned the world by leading 19 laps and finishing fourth in her first Indianapolis 500. She became the first woman to lead laps and score a top-five finish in the historic race. In 2008, Danica made history again becoming the first woman to win a major-league open-wheel race in a North American series with her victory in the IndyCar Series Indy Japan 300 race.



In 2013, as Danica transitioned to the NASCAR Cup Series, she made headlines around the world with her record-setting performance in the 55th Daytona 500 race. She became the first woman to win a NASCAR Cup Series pole when she set the fastest time in qualifying 500 and then finished in eighth place, the highest finishing position ever for a woman in the “Great American Race.” 



In 2018, Danica closed out her time in racing with the “Danica Double,” and competed in two marquee events that were cornerstones of her career: the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500.  In 2018, she shattered another glass ceiling when she became the first female host of the ESPY’s – ESPNs Sports Award show, 



Moving into her next chapter, and retired from racing, Danica Patrick authored the book, Pretty Intense, and has a popular podcast under the same name. Danica also serves as the sole proprietor of Somnium (www.somniumwine.com), a vineyard in Napa Valley, California. Follow on Instagram @DanicaPatrick.


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/allison-interviews/support

39 min