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While Boris Said was getting ready for this weekend’s IMSA Tudor Championship event at Circuit of the America’s in Austin, Texas, it’s noteworthy to mention that Thursday was his 52nd birthday.
To honor that milestone, our friends over at Fox Sports.com’s Shake and Bake section didn’t just hit a home run with a very clever feature Thursday honoring Said’s big day, they hit a grand slam. “Said Head” – the website decided to have a little fun with both Boris and Photoshop.
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and other NASCAR drivers came to Danica Patrick's defense after TV analyst Kyle Petty said she is "not a race car driver," but simply a "marketing machine." "Danica has been the perfect example of somebody who can qualify better than what she runs," Petty said on SPEED's Race Hub program Thursday. I think she's come a long way, but she's still not a race car driver." Patrick brushed off his comments while talking to reporters Friday at the Kentucky Speedway, saying "I really don't care." Now other NASCAR drivers are coming to her defense, including Earnhardt, Patrick's former boss when she drove in the Nationwide Series for JR Motorsports.
RELATED: Almirola gives update on recovery | See what happened at Kansas On why he collects wrecked race cars, Earnhardt told ESPN’s “Sports Center” in 2014 that “when we would build a car, you’d put so much into that one vehicle.
Greg Biffle, 47, with 19 career wins, has no ride for in the newly renamed Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (formerly Sprint Cup).At a Kentucky Speedway preseason media event Thursday, ESPN analyst Ricky Craven said NASCAR and its fans need to be preparing to say goodbye to more of this generation’s biggest stock-racing stars.“Those are brand-name drivers, top-name drivers,” said Craven, a two-time winner in 278 career starts as a Cup Series driver from 1991-2004.Nature’s Bakery had signed a three-year, million deal before the 2016 season to be Patrick’s primary sponsor.The company is trying to void the contract, leaving Patrick and her Stewart-Haas Racing team scrambling.