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Danica Patrick can't explain crash in final Indy 500

Danica Patrick says she does not understand what caused her to crash out of the 2018 Indianapolis 500, her final career race.  Patrick’s planned 2018 swansong began in the NASCAR Cup series season-opening Daytona 500 with Premium Motorsports, but she was collected in a pile-up during the race.  Having admitted her Daytona deal was last-minute, she took in the whole Month of May with Ed Carpenter Racing and improved through the month to qualify seventh for the race.  She dropped down the field to just outside the top 10 early in the running and she admitted the car was tough to drive.  Patrick then spun into the outside wall of Turn 2 on lap 68 of 200, having dropped her left-front...
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