GoDaddy, one of the world’s largest cloud platforms dedicated to small, independent ventures, is gearing up for Danica Patrick’s last race, the Indianapolis 500. GoDaddy and Ed Carpenter Racing have now revealed the design for Danica’s No. 13 GoDaddy Chevrolet. As for the design of her No. 13 GoDaddy Chevrolet, the open-wheeled beauty is branded with the well-known GoDaddy green.

New for her historic Indianapolis 500 return, and with an eye to Danica Patrick‘s future as an entrepreneur, the GoDaddy Indy car also features logos representing Danica’s budding ‘side hustles.’ Distinctive logos for her health and fitness book, apparel line, and vineyard are all branded on the No. 13 GoDaddy Chevy she’ll drive on May 27 in the Indy 500, the second of her final two races dubbed the “Danica Double.”

What Danica Patrick is wearing in the photo and in the race would also reflect her aspirations as an entrepreneur with a passion for fashion, albeit a very specific style in the fire-resistant category, as she helped design her own Indy car firesuit.

“I will always love the Indianapolis 500, and I’m definitely soaking in all it takes to prepare,” said Danica Patrick. “I’m looking forward to getting back behind the wheel of an Indy car. The Ed Carpenter Racing team has been great. I have to say, this is all better than I imagined when I first started visualizing my last race. I’m back in my GoDaddy green, tapping my creative side to help promote my own businesses, and finishing out my racing career at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the track where so many special things first happened to me as a driver. It’s the ideal scenario to close out my racing career and a fitting way to transition into what’s next for me as an entrepreneur. I’m ready, let’s do this!”

IndyCar Race Winner

Next month, Danica will get down to business behind the wheel during the Verizon IndyCar Series test sessions, set for May 1 and 2, at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Those test dates, pushed back due to inclement weather this week, will mark the first time Danica has driven an Indy car since 2011.

Danica Patrick shattered gender barriers throughout her storied career as the only woman to ever win an IndyCar race, and one of just 14 drivers to lead laps at both the Indy 500 and the Daytona 500. In her life-after-racing, Danica plans to pursue her entrepreneurial passions with the support of her long-time sponsor GoDaddy, the cloud hosting provider who is aiming its business at helping people take their passions online.

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