Danica Patrick

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Indy Tech Publishing, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 144 pages
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She took the IRL by storm. She became the best starting and best finishing female driver in the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race. She is Danica Patrick. This racing sensation from Roscoe, Illinois took the world by surprise in May 2005 when she qualified 4th for the Indianapolis 500. Patrick is no surprise however. After racing in Europe to hone her skill in open-wheel cars, she was signed by Rahal-Letterman racing to run in the Indy Racing League. Her poise and driving skill combined with the patience of her team owner gave her the opportunity to surprise us all with her speed and media savvy. This book recaps Danica Patrick's 2005 season with race-by-race recaps of her performance, charts, and other information. Additional attention is paid to her performance and the media frenzy surrounding her at the 2005 Indianapolis 500, and color photos are included.
 

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Contents

Owner Sponsor and Indy Racing League Info
19
The Toyota Indy 300
27
XM Satellite Radio Indy 200
33
Honda Grand Prix of St Petersburg
39
Indy Japan 300
45
The Indianapolis 500
51
The Bombardier Learjet 500k
59
SunTrust Indy Challenge
65
ABC SupplyA J Foyt 225
91
Firestone Indy 400
97
Amber Alert Portal Indy 300
103
Honda Indy 225
109
Argent Mortgage Indy Grand Prix
115
PEAK Antifreeze Indy 300
121
Watkins Glen Indy Grand Prix presented by Argent Mortgage
127
Toyota Indy 400
133

Argent Mortgage Indy 300
71
Firestone Indy 200
85

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About the author (2005)

The Indy-Tech Publishing Editorial Staff has compiled numerous statistical books including Peyton Manning: Passing the Record; Reggie Miller: Shooting Star; and The Brickyard 400 Trackside Guide. The editorial staff, led by Richard White, Publisher and Chief Operating Officer, is dedicated to compiling accurate data in a way that is pleasing to the reader. Involved staff includes Richard White, Brad Schepp (Acquisitions Editor), and Dana Eaton (Editorial Assistant).

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