Danica Patrick 2013 theme paint jobs (photos)

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In 2013 Danica Patrick has had a few different paint jobs to her #10 Go Daddy racecar. In October, she’s turned her Chevy Impala SS pink to raise awareness and money in the fight against breast cancer. Usually her machine is green for NASCAR races. Let’s look at some of the other color schemes she’s done in ’13; usually for holidays

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GoDaddy, the main sponsor of Danica Patrick, is also teaming with the Public Interest Registry to donate $50,000 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Let’s just hope Danica Patrick can find a way to turn in better performances. She’s been finishing 29th, 27th, right around there a lot lately.

“Plus, a portion of proceeds from sales at my merchandise trailer at the racetrack throughout the month of October will be donated. Chevrolet is using the pink Chevy Camaro SS as the pace car at three NASCAR races and, for every lap the car leads the field under caution, Chevy will donate $200 to the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer initiative,” Danica said.

“I did an event with Chevrolet last month in Atlanta where I had the privilege to meet survivors and sign autographs for them and give them rides around the racetrack in the Pink Chevy Camaro SS, so that was pretty amazing.”

 

Here’s her shamrock paint job on St. Patrick’s Day

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And of course Danica Patrick going patriotic for 4th of July weekend

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The next race for Danica Patrick is at Kansas Speedway this weekend. “I’ve always liked going to Kansas. It’s a nice facility and I’ve got a lot of experience there compared to some places. Even if a lot of it is in IndyCar,” Danica Patrick said.

“I think our 1.5-mile program is better than it was in the spring, so I feel good going into this week. I think the test on Thursday will be an advantage and help us, especially in qualifying.”

Paul M. Banks is the owner of The Sports Bank.net, an affiliate of Fox Sports. An analyst for 95.7 The Fan and 1620 The Zone, he also writes for Chicago Now. Follow him on Twitter (@paulmbanks) and Facebook, subscribe to his RSS feed

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