Danica Patrick gets emotional while announcing she's retiring from NASCAR in 2018

Clyde Nash
November 18, 2017

Patrick will race in the Daytona 500 and the Indy 500 next year before bringing the curtain down on her career.

Over five years in NASCAR's highest level, Patrick finished in the top 10 seven times and has spent the majority of her career either in an alliance with or driving for Stewart-Haas Racing. Everyone needs to put their mind there.

While it was also widely believed that Patrick would never drive in IndyCar again following her leaving the sport after the 2011 season, she will be ending her racing career following her run in the 2018 Indianapolis 500, the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing". "I'm going to do the Daytona 500 next year and the Indy 500 ..." My plan is to be at Indy, and then I'm done.

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Beyond a possible TV deal, a person briefed on Patrick's 2018 strategy who is not authorized to speak publicly told USA TODAY Sports that Patrick is exploring a plan to run the biggest races in American motorsports next year: February's Daytona 500 and May's Indianapolis 500. Before her move to stock cars, Patrick saw tons of success in IndyCar, becoming the first woman to win a race and being named the most popular driver from 2005-10.

"Have you ever said the things you don't ever want to say out loud?"

I know I always said I'd never go back to Indy, and I was always being honest.

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But this seems right, and this seems good.. But she's not stepping away from racing entirely.

What teams Patrick would driver for in each race remain a mystery.

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