May 24, 2009

VIDEO: Danica Patrick Playboy Interview

Danica Patrick making (internet) news with her latest interview..

VIDEO: Danica Patrick Playboy Interview

Indy racing champion Danica Patrick gave a 20 questions interview in Playboy magazine.

Danica Patrick talks about when she was 12 crashing into Sam Hornish Jr. at a go-kart race. Danica Patrick also talked about Nascar driver Robby Gordon claiming she has an unfair advantage in Indy racing due to her weight.

The Playboy interviewer said Former Indy driver Robby Gordon accused you of having an advantage because you weigh only 100 pounds, and he said he wouldn't race against you. Does that type of criticism frustrate or fuel you?" to which the racer Danica Patrick replied " I didn't really have to say anything. I just laughed and let other people answer the question. Most people said he should start eating salads."

Danica Patrick also discussed in the Playboy interview the possibility of her racing in Nascar. She leaves the door wide open. She said "It would take a seat on a team that wins races". Hendrick motorsports win races, perhaps they will convince Danica to drive for them. Imagine this, Danica Patrick, Jimmy Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr and Jeff Gordon together with Hendrick racing. Together they would be the ultimate dream team. If you don't care about any of that, you will probably care about the supposedly "sexy video" Playboy has posted of her here. Because you are a terrible person.

VIDEO: Danica Patrick Playboy Interview

Posted at May 24, 2009 3:42 PM

I think she is right on target.I hope she does join NASCAR and whips the shit of them pussies. Kick ASS Miss Patrick and lay waste to them all.

Posted by: Kenneth Artz at August 7, 2009 12:30 PM

her everything is great! go Danica the world Loves you for going for your dreams and looking so good doing it ! dont ever show everything so you still have a trick or two left

Posted by: tim at September 12, 2009 6:15 AM

i would love to see you in nascar you would be great for nascar

Posted by: jim at September 13, 2009 6:27 PM

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