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Danica Patrick admits she has exceeded her own expectations ahead of her final Indy 500

Danica Patrick has admitted she has exceeded her own expectations after qualifying in the fast nine for the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500. Ahead of what will be the final motor race of her career, Patrick was uncertain of qualifying for what will be her final race event before heading into retirement after only running at 208mph in her initial runs in testing. 'This exceeded (expectations), I have high expectations for doing well here,' Patrick told Indycar.com. 'But to think that I was going to come back and be in the fast nine right off the bat? I’m going to tell you, I was doing 208 at the test on the first day and thought, ‘I might not be able to do this. 'I...
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