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Danica Patrick is certainly a lightning rod for discussions – or, in this case, highly-charged arguments. Listen in after the jump as Adam “The Genius” Ronis attempts to make Scott “The King” Engel admit Danica scored a worthy finish in the Daytona 500. It does not go especially well.
What Happened Last Night: Danica Patrick Finished 8th At The Daytona 500, Lakers Edge Out The Mavericks
So, as you might’ve heard, our friends at RotoExperts and your trusty SportsGrid folk are combining forces. Okay, so this might not have happened last night, per se, but we figured we should probably tell some people.
We’re Not Sure Why Bar Refaeli Has To Make Out With This Computer Nerd Stereotype For Go Daddy’s Super Bowl Commercial
Here we have Danica Patrick, Bar Refaeli, and some guy. Okay, he’s 34-year-old Jesse Heiman, man of this rather extensive profile on IMDB.com, because apparently he’s the “World’s Greatest Extra.” He’s also the self-proclaimed “champion of men” because he got to make out with Bar Refaeli.
NASCAR racing is, we’d imagine, an insanely high-stress environment even for the most experienced driver, so some salty language shouldn’t be surprising. When it happens on television, though, it’s no less entertaining.
Well, it didn’t take long for us to see the first crash of this evening’s Daytona 500. This is what you get when you push the race to primetime, I suppose. In the second lap, the first lady of NASCAR, Danica Patrick, got into a wreck with five-time Cup Series champ Jimmie Johnson.
Hey! Who wants to see Fox San Diego sports anchor Ross Shimabuku dig himself into a hole? Shimabuku, whilst doing a segment on Danica Patrick (who finished 38th in today’s NASCAR Nationwide Series opener at Daytona), said he could think of “a few words” to describe Patrick. Video, after the jump.
The ESPYs are traditionally known as that time of year when very tall, athletic women who may or may not be used to wearing dresses have to not only wear dresses, but parade down a red carpet wearing heels.
It’s perhaps a testament then to the blurring line between sports and entertainment (thanks ESPN!) that this year’s crop of red carpet fashion choices was, by most accounts, not disastrous. We asked our friends at Styleite to tell us which outfits they loved, but we really wanted to know about the ones they hated.