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Danica Patrick’s paint scheme revealed for final Daytona 500

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Danica Patrick took to Twitter to reveal the paint scheme for her Daytona 500 entry Friday morning, unveiling the Premium Motorsports No. 7 Chevrolet she’ll drive in what is scheduled to be her final NASCAR start.

The car is awash with plenty of signature green from longtime sponsor GoDaddy, which announced its backing for Patrick’s pair of farewell races on Jan. 18. Her car and fire suit will also include a “Danica Double” logo to commemorate her 2018 schedule of crown-jewel races — the Daytona 500 (Feb. 18, 2:30 p.m. ET, FOX, MRN, SiriusXM) and the Indianapolis 500 on May 27.

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Other sponsorship locations on the car will be filled by Patrick’s other business endeavors. Her Warrior by Danica Patrick apparel line, Somnium Wine and her “Pretty Intense” health and fitness book are represented.

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Patrick, 35, announced her retirement from full-time driving last November after five full seasons in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. In setting the stage for her departure, she also announced plans for Daytona and Indy, though the details for those rides were sparse.

Many of those plans have since come together. GoDaddy, which supported her in both NASCAR and IndyCar, signed on to support both efforts. Patrick’s agreement with Premium was announced the following week, reuniting her both with the No. 7 and crew chief Tony Eury Jr.

Premium Motorsports has a charter, which guarantees her a spot in the 40-car field for The Great American Race.

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