Team Penske to give Helio Indy 500 ride in '19

Team Penske to give Helio Indy 500 ride in '19

Patrick, the only woman to win an IndyCar race, had looked to pen a fairy tale finish to her career by adding a second victory but could not even make it to the chequered flag, instead slamming nose first into the wall midway through the 200-lap race. Patrick lost control as she entered the turn and her green GoDaddy Chevrolet hit the wall and rolled backward toward the infield. The 36-year-old was able to climb out of the auto under her own power before making a visit to the medical center. She created the "Danica Double" as a farewell tour, running one final time in the Daytona 500 and the Indy 500. She later said crashing was hardly the way she wanted to finish her racing career, but she's "grateful for all of it".

Patrick finished 35th at the Daytona 500 in February after another crash ended her run in that race.

"Please, Roger, let me go back", Castroneves said after stepping out of his auto.

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Patrick said earlier this week she had no regrets about her career, and that she doesn't think she will have the itch to come back.

Patrick's star rose at this race back in 2005 when, as a rookie, she became the first woman ever to lead laps at the famed Brickyard. "I was like, "I don't remember this. I wish I could have finished stronger".

This will be Patrick's final career race as she will retire after this event. He posted throughout the day about the race, and he even streamed the whole event from inside his vehicle.

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"Can't believe I came all the way from Toowoomba to be a professional driver and I never expected to be here", screamed Power.
On Instagram, she confessed that the closing of her career was emotional for her.

As she moves away from racing, Patrick has her Warrior clothing line, Somnium wine and her latest book Pretty Intense - a nutrition and fitness guide -to fill her time previously spent racing. She was surrounded by autograph-seekers all month, and she got one of the loudest ovations during driver introductions Sunday.

"I'm not really sure what happened", a dejected Patrick said after coming out of the care center. She plans to focus on her business and entrepreneur opportunities in retirement. "It still was a lot of great memories this month, a lot of great moments this year".

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