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Patrick’s NASCAR career ends

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Danica Patrick has seen her NASCAR career come to an end at the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida on Sunday. As Brad Keselowski and Chase Elliott we’re battling for position, Keselowski hit Elliott.

Elliott then hit the wall and came back down on the track, collecting several cars. Patrick was one of those cars that he hit.

Kevin Harvick was also involved in the crash. Keselowski was the pre-race favorite before the crash.

The accident happened on Lap 102 and Patrick’s car had to be towed off the track. She will likely finish 35th.

This was her final NASCAR start. She will have one more race left in her racing career, as she plans on racing for Ed Carpenter Racing in the Indianapolis 500 in May.

This one-off opportunity came to the end with 18 laps in the second Stage.

Patrick has had seven Top 10 finishes in her NASCAR career. However, she has not finished better than sixth.

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