Danica Patrick’s Outfit For Sister’s Birthday Party Goes Viral

Danica Patrick’s Outfit For Sister’s Birthday Party Goes Viral

Danica Patrick is regarded by most as the best female open-wheel racer of all time.

She broke fresh ground not only when it comes to what she did in NASCAR, but also the feats she performed off the track.

Namely, Patrick provided a pathway for female athletes to get paid in a truly meaningful way. These days, someone like Olivia Dunne makes seven figures annually because of her propensity for wearing see-through outfits and publishing racy hotel room videos.

But before Patrick, female athletes never got paid that much no matter what they did.

Due to her role within the larger cultural zeitgeist and her undeniable place in sports history, Patrick has accumulated a ton of fans online. Any time she does anything, those supporters always ensure she goes viral.

Case in point, this weekend. In celebration of her sister’s birthday, Patrick brought out a special outfit. It proved to be an instant hit:


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“Black out with your rack out!!! Love it,” one fan wrote.

“Have a blast and keep making memories!! It’s a blur before you know,” another fan chimed in.

“Beautiful,” a third person added.

Again, Patrick is no stranger to setting the internet ablaze. Between her confirming what everyone already knew about her relationship with Aaron Rodgers, her wild vacation photos and the pictures she took in a tiny bathing suit, she is always trending for something.

That has been the case for many years now.

Last weekend was just par for the course.

Patrick has gotten off to a really hot start in 2024, and it will be fascinating to see how the rest of the year ultimately shakes out for her.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.
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