GoDaddy Inc. and Danica Patrick officially unveiled this morning the No. 7 GoDaddy Chevrolet Camaro that she will race in the Daytona 500.
Patrick led the way by posting images on her official website, DanicaPatrick.com, and promoting the site update on Instagram.
The car will feature the new "Danica Double" logo, which Danica helped create, as well as the familiar GoDaddy green on the No. 7 Chevrolet.
"It's kind of like 'back to the future' seeing the iconic GoDaddy green back on the No. 7 Chevy," Patrick said. "The good energy just keeps flowing into Daytona. I've landed in a wonderful place. The process to get here, on the verge of my final races, is proof that you just can't force things. You really have to keep pushing and let things flow because your story could end up better than you ever dreamed - you really have to put it out there and believe."
Last November, Danica declared she would end her driving career with two races in 2018 before confirming a sponsor or a team. Now, Danica is in the driver's seat, and in familiar territory. In January, she lined up long-time sponsor, GoDaddy, that ushered her into stock car racing as the driver of the No. 7 Chevrolet back in 2010 when she raced in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. She's also reuniting with Tony Eury Jr. who returns to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series pit box as Danica's crew chief for the Daytona 500.