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Castroneves says Danica Patrick doesn’t get enough credit

Helio Castroneves says that he admires Danica Patrick for not only opening doors for young girls who aim to become racers but also for having the courage to retire following this weekend’s 102nd running of the Indy 500. The Team Penske-Chevrolet driver, who scored his third and most recent Indy win in 2009 – the year Patrick became the first female to finish in the top 3 at the 500 – says that he will make her final race difficult but that it is an “honor” to have raced against her. Castroneves said: “Not enough people give enough credit to her.  She's not only stayed away so many years from IndyCar and come back – not only to be in the race, but to [qualify] in the Fast...
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