Dear Santa, All I Want For Christmas Is Danica Patrick

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Dear Santa, All I Want For Christmas Is Danica Patrick

I’m pretty sure Santa reads "The Bleacher Report" because he’s cool like that, so here goes.

 

Santa do you like Auto Racing? You just seem like the type. I know you probably do donuts in the snow with your sleigh sometimes. I’m sure you could climb any fence you feel like, when you’re feeling victorious, like Tony Stewart does. Santa, I wouldn’t doubt it if you do back flips once in awhile too, like Carl Edwards does after he wins all those races.

By the way Santa, you really need to check your list three times this year, because I think Carl Edwards cheats. Santa you probably get home after staying out all night on Christmas Eve, shake up a bottle of bubbly and spray it all over your elf crew, like you’re in victory lane or something. You know you do!

Anyways Big Red, since you’re so cool and everything, I was wondering if you could hook me up this year. I was wondering if you could bring Danica Patrick to Nascar. It gives me somebody to pull for when Dale Jr. is running in the back of the pack.

So do you know her Santa? She’s the girl that during her Indy Car Series 2005 debut year, she won the Indy Car Rookie of the Year, Indy 500 Rookie of the Year, and Indy Car Most Popular Driver award. She then recaptured the title of Indy Car Most Popular Driver during 2006 and 2007. In her first three seasons of Indy Car Series racing, she started 47 times, won 3 poles, and finished in the top ten 23 times.

In 2005, she finished in 12th place overall, in 2006, 9th overall, and in 2007, finished 7th overall. She appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated June 6, 2005 , becoming the first Indy 500 driver on the cover since 1987. The she did it again May 19, 2008. In April of this year, she became the first woman ever to win an Indy car race, defeating a two-time Indy 500 champion by six seconds in the Japan 300.

Santa, you know you own the S.I. issue with her in it. Don’t worry I won’t tell Mrs. C., but you need to keep reading. I’ll leave some massive sized cookies out I promise. Heck, I’ll leave caviar out if that helps. Truth is, I’ll probably be grilling steaks if I know ya’ll are coming.

 

Hear my plea Santa, because Nascar could use a shot in the arm. The "Race for the Chase" was so boring this year. It would be different with Danica Patrick. She would add spice to an otherwise lame attraction. Check your list Santa, I’ve been pretty nice lately. Right?

 

During her Indy Car Series 2005 debut year, she won the Indy Car Rookie of the Year, Indy 500 Rookie of the Year, and Indy Car Most Popular Driver award. She then recaptured the title of Indy Car Most Popular Driver during 2006 and 2007. In her first three seasons of Indy Car Series racing, she started 47 times, won three poles, and finished in the top ten 23 times.

In 2005, she finished in 12th place overall, in 2006, 9th overall, and in 2007, finished 7th overall. She appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated June 6, 2005 , becoming the first Indy 500 driver on the cover since 1987. The she did it again May 19, 2008. In April of this year, she became the first woman ever to win an Indy car race, defeating a two-time Indy 500 champion by six seconds in the Japan 300.Santa,

Santa, you know you own the S.I. issue with her in it. Don’t worry I won’t tell Mrs. C., but you need to keep reading. I’ll leave some massive sized cookies out I promise. Heck, I’ll leave caviar out if that helps. Truth is, I’ll probably be grilling steaks if I know ya’ll are coming.

 

Hear my plea Santa, because Nascar could use a shot in the arm. The "Race for the Chase" was so boring this year. It would be different with Danica Patrick. She would add spice to an otherwise lame attraction. Check your list Santa, I’ve been pretty nice lately. Right?

I’ll leave the light on for you Big Guy. Be careful up there. Watch out for wind sheers, and stuff. I know you can’t draft off anybody, but try and hurry. Nascar can’t wait any longer, and neither can I. Maybe you should let Danica drive. ho ho ho Merry Christmas Nascar and Danica Patrick Fans. - C

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