Danica Patrick is more than ready to tie the knot with her racing BF Ricky Stenhouse Jr. ) stated the two probably still weren't quite ready to tie the knot, and that's when Danica jumped in to set the record straight. Ricky answered "Someday, not yet." Our guy then (foolishly?Attorneys will meet Friday afternoon with a magistrate judge to discuss any settlement talks and options.[More](6-19-2017)Tony Stewart returning to Winged sprint car race: There's something special about racing in Indiana during the month of May and, for motorsports icon and Indiana native Tony Stewart, having at least one night of racing back home on his 2017 schedule was a must.Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing (TSR) announced today that Stewart will be part of the field for the May 19 Arctic Cat All-Stars (ASCo C) presented Ford Performance event at Kokomo (Indiana) Speedway.[More](3-22-2017)Stewart returns to Sprint Car Racing UPDATE: Tony Stewart has returned to sprint car racing, though his first race back provided him more frustration than frivolity.The couple will compete against each other for Sprint Cup rookie of the year this season. Stewart, who turns wrecked chassis into artificial reefs, said: "I've got a lot of race car frames in my lake that have his name on them on cars that he crashed." "The hardest part was pulling the reins back in on him," Stewart said.
That's stuff that he's learned in the last couple years in Nationwide, is how to take his aggressive style and at the same time be smart about it, make it work to his advantage." Stenhouse got a promotion this year from RFR to replace Kenseth, the 2004 Cup champion who left for Joe Gibbs Racing. 17 Ford and his move up coincides with Patrick's, who will also be racing full-time in Cup this year.
The two have been dating for 5 years and when our camera guy asked DP if the rumors of her being engaged were true or just a little joshing around.
"I was ready yesterday." What followed was one of the most awkward hugs in LAX history, and most likely a quiet Uber ride home.
He is the two-time Nationwide Series champion, and he is making the move to the big league this season as the replacement driver at Roush-Fenway Racing for two-time Daytona 500 winner Matt Kenseth. The 25-year-old Mississippi native, often seen wearing a cowboy hat and a huge silver belt buckle celebrating one of his Nationwide titles, became the first driver since Martin Truex Jr. In the season finale at Homestead last season, when his spotter was imploring him to lay back and race conservatively to wrap up the title, Stenhouse keyed the mic so he couldn't hear him anymore.
Casual fans probably don't know much about Stenhouse's accomplishments, which have been overlooked since he and Patrick announced in January they were dating. He races hard and doesn't hold back on the track, something Tony Stewart learned while fielding sprint cars for a young Stenhouse.