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Danica Patrick to end racing career at next year's Indy 500

HOMESTEAD, Fla. (AP) — She started in go-karts when she was 10, and was a national champion two years later. By the time Danica Patrick turned 16, she was on her own in Europe, pursuing a racing career.

Patrick was a fearless woman in a sport almost exclusively comprised of male drivers. She raced hard, sparred with her rivals off the track and rarely flinched while becoming one of the most recognizable athletes in the world.

Her tough-girl persona almost never cracked in public.

Standings: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

As of: Nov. 18
RankDriverPointsPV Rank
1Martin Truex Jr.50001
2Kyle Busch50002
3Brad Keselowski50003
4Kevin Harvick50004
5Chase Elliott23535
6Denny Hamlin23216
7Matt Kenseth23117
8Ryan Blaney22978
9Kyle Larson22669
10Jimmie Johnson225010
11Ricky Stenhouse Jr.220011
12Jamie McMurray220012

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Future of Brazilian GP at Interlagos in doubt

SAO PAULO (AP) — The long-term future of the Brazilian Grand Prix is up in the air.

The Interlagos track, which hosted its first Formula One race in 1972, is due to be sold next year. Although F1 has a contract through 2020, no one seems to know what will happen after that.