Danica Patrick is a Wisconsin-born auto racer having net worth of $18 million dollars. She started racing go-karts at age of 10. She after being designated as “IndyCar Rookie of the Year” in 2005, she won an Indy Car Race by winning the 2008 Indy Japan 300 and became the first woman to do so. Currently she races NASCAR. Patrick is one of the highest compensated athletes in the world, earning $12 million in 2012 alone from NASCAR and various endorsement deals.
She secured a spot with Team Rahal Letterman of the Indy Racing League in 2002. She trained in lesser known leagues for two years thereby becoming the first woman to win a pole position and winning a podium result in the Toyota Atlantic racing series, upon that her bosses promoted her to IndyCar. Patrick was admired for being the only woman in this exclusive league, and at the Indy 500 in May 2005; she was the fastest driver during the pole runs and made the record as the first female to ever lead the Indy 500 (leading for 19 laps). Finally in April 2008 she became the first lady to triumph an IndyCar Series race.
Height in Inches – 61.81 inches
Height with Shoes/Heels – 5 feet 4.0 inches -5″ 6′
Weight in 2014 kg and Lbs(Pounds) – 50 kg /150 pounds
Figure Size(Bust/Breast – Waist – Hips/Butt) – 33-25-35 inches
Bra Size(Cup) – 32A
Birthdate & Age in 2014 – 25th Mach, 1982 & 31 years
How Rich? Net Worth(in Dollars) – $18 Million
Eye Color – Brownish
Shoe Size(US) – 8
Danica Patrick Facts:
- Indy Racing Rookie of the Year in 2005.
- She was a cheerleader and babysitter during high school.
- She became the first woman to ever win the IndyCar Series, and became known for her assignment with godaddy for some commercials.
Danica Patrick Controversies and Relationships:Patrick married Paul Edward Hospenthal, her previous physical therapist while she was recovering from a yoga injury. She converted to Catholicism in 2005 upon her wedding. Later in 2012, Patrick announced that she and Hospenthal would be divorcing cordially. In early 2013 it was discovered that she was dating 2-time Nationwide Series Champion, and fellow Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year candidate Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.
She is the icon spokesperson for Drive4COPD, an awareness campaign for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, of which her grandmother died.
Danica Patrick Brands and Endorsements:She endorsed Secret deodorant in 2005 and 2006 and also starred in the Honda Civic Coupe commercial making an attempt to avoid a speeding ticket. ESPN featured her in “This Is SportsCenter” commercial. In May 2006, she published Danica: Crossing the Line , her autobiography,. Her mega sponsors are Coke Zero and GoDaddy.