Discussion in 'World Sports' started by UncleChris, Apr 14, 2013.
She should certainly drive better......
Danica finishes 36th in Phoenix..... Not great.
21st at Las Vegas, bringing her up to 33rd in the points standings.
Food city she finished alright but after a pit stop she floored it and it was just too much car. Spun the back wheels, drifted the front, didn't make it all the way back into pit lane and smashes duck dynasty who was a few full pit stalls ahead. Total rookie move there.
Well..... She seems to be in the same mediocre rut she was in last year.... She's 29th in the point standings and hasn't finished better than 20th so far. (April 27th 2014).
Richard Petty is probably right....
Wow!!! Danica started 7th at Talladega, actually LED for 6 laps......
...and then finished 22nd, remaining at 29th in the points standings.
Danica "the babe"..... still stuck in mediocrity.
Well.... Danica notches a 7th place finish. Good for her. In the points standings, it shoots her up from 29th to 28th.
Danica starts in 4th, blows an engine and finishes 39th......solidly locking her into 28th pace in the points standings. So far this year, it appears that she can drive fast, but not race particularly well.
Patrick finishes 23rd at Dover.... still languishing at 28th in the point standings.
37th at Pocono..... She's barely holding on to 28th place in the standings.....
Danica finishes 17th at Michigan (not bad!) to hold on to her 28th position (by 3 points) in the standings.
Wow, 17th? Here she comes, Danica is on the rise!!!
Well, our little beauty queen has had a couple of pretty bad finishes (back to back) locking her into 28th place in the standings, behind her boyfriend. Looks like the same mediocre performance that she had last year: she can drive fast but doesn't race particularly well.
At least she didn't run over another driver and kill him. Turns out she might be a better driver than Tony Stewart.
If that's not a joke you have issues. That or complete lack of knowledge of the subject.
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