NASCAR: Danica Patrick Celebrates Life ‘On The Outside Looking In’

by Halle Ames
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Danica Patrick might not be in the driver’s seat anymore, but she said she is happy to be “on the outside looking in” in a recent Instagram post. 

Yesterday, former NASCAR driver, Danica Patrick, uploaded a heartfelt post for the sport she competed in for over eight years. She included three pictures of herself and friends at Phoenix Raceway, watching the NASCAR Cup Series Championship.

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In the first photo, Patrick holds onto the chain-linked fence and is fixated on the race like a child looking at a puppy. She has on a cream leather jacket and a bulky headset for the noise. 

The second photo shows Patrick between two friends, who all smile trackside. 

Finally, the third picture is of a seating area with a massive screen for watching the race. Playing on the TV is Chase Elliott, who is celebrating his win with a warm embrace. 

Danica Patrick has more than 779,000 followers on her Instagram. The post has already received over 13,400 likes and 205 comments. 

Patrick captioned the photo with a heartfelt message about her time racing as well as a congratulations to the men retiring. She also gave a shoutout to Chase Elliott, who won the race. 

“Happily on the outside looking in 😌. Had a really good time back at the track today for the last race of the season. A few retirements today from @clintbowyer@jimmiejohnson and @chadknaus….. guys that have changed the game in @nascar. So, it’s only appropriate for the championship winner @chaseelliott9 to be one of the youngest ever. Life is always evolving and changing. 🙌🏼”

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One of the most popular drivers within the sport, Elliot won the NASCAR Cup Series as the third-youngest winner of the race in NASCAR history. The young driver will turn 25-years-old in just 20 days.

In addition, Elliott’s father, Bill, is also a racer and a winner, so Elliott will be able to put this trophy on the mantle with his father’s. 

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