2. Danica Patrick
NASCAR driver Danica Patrick is a modest polarizing figure in the world of sports and maybe moderate. Although he has won only one race in his nine-year career. It was an Indy Car Series race in 2008 (Indy Japan 300). Undoubtedly the most successful, influential woman in the history of this sport.
For better or worse, Patrick Racing has a female face. In fact, she may now be more of a household name than a male driver on the circuit. Patrick’s endorsement ranks her as one of the world’s highest-paid female famous athletes. His most notable promotion is GoDaddy, which made him the centerpiece of a 2014 Super Bowl Sunday commercial. Pat Patrick starred in his 13th ad for Domain Peddlers.
Patrick’s face is not the only part of it that is famous. Although she has dropped out of men’s magazine modeling in recent years and Goddard has finally gone into low-profile advertising, Patrick’s career began when he began taking off his clothes.
Probably a factor as to why they’re doing so poorly with Richard Petty’s NASCAR Hall of Famer, who had little to say to reporters earlier this year about Patrick’s prospects. It’s not that Patrick had a bit of an impact – the fact is that Patty is talking about it at all and talking volumes about his influence.