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Rumor: Patrick To Nationwide Series Full Time In 2012

May 26th, 2011 | by Michael J Smith

ESPN.com, citing anonymous sources, is reporting that Danica Patrick's management team is working on a deal that would bring her to NASCAR full time in the Nationwide Series in 2012. She would also race in select Sprint Cup events in 2012, with an eye on making the switch to the Cup series full time in 2013.


JRM To Honor U.S. Armed Forces With Paint Scheme

May 10th, 2011 | by Michael J Smith

JR Motorsports will honor the U.S. Armed Forces with a tribute paint scheme on the team's No. 7 Chevrolet in this weekend's 5-Hour Energy 200 at Dover International Speedway. The “We Salute You” JR Motorsports Chevrolet will be piloted by Josh Wise.


iRacing To Sponsor JRM’s No. 7 For Two Races This Summer

May 3rd, 2011 | by Michael J Smith

JR Motorsports has reached a sponsorship agreement with iRacing that will put the online racing league on JRM's No. 7 Nationwide Series entry driven by Josh Wise for two back-to-back Nationwide Series races this summer in support of iRacing 2.0, the leagues new software release


Patrick To Drive 13 Races For JR Motorsports In 2011

October 15th, 2010 | by Michael J Smith

JR Motorsports announced that Danica Patrick will drive the No. 7 GoDaddy.com Chevy in the first four Nationwide Series races next season. Her schedule beyond those four races has not been determined, but she is expect to appear in nine more races, putting her at a total of 13 Nationwide races next season.


Almirola To Drive JRM’s No. 88 In N’Wide In 2011

August 18th, 2010 | by Michael J Smith

JR Motorsports announced that Aric Almirola has signed a multi-year deal to drive the team's No. 88 Nationwide Series Chevy for 2011. He is slated to take over the car full time in 2011, but could appear in some Nationwide Series races later this season.


This Is Why Danican’t. At Least Right Now…

June 30th, 2010 | by Michael J Smith

Jeff Gluck, of SB Nation, called Danica Patrick's performance during the New England 200 Nationwide Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway ugly, embarrasing, and shocking. It was embarrasing and ugly, but it wasn't shocking



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