I haven't talked with her since she became famous, so I don't know if she's changed, but she's a nice person and I think that won't change.
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Richard and I have talked about running the Busch Series, but he wants to be 110 percent ready when we do unfold a Busch program.
Six years ago when I started this whole fiasco, there were not this many women in these positions to get the attention.
The girls are in a position now that when they do well, they are going to receive the attention. I think that everything that has been asked is all fair and good. I'm just extremely happy to have the opportunity to work with Richard Childress. He's first class.
For the past five years, I have been in substandard equipment and it has shown, ... All my results in the IRL have been in cars that were not that good. That made it even better for me to come in and achieve what I did.
I had to grow up real fast that year. I moved out on my own; had to pay my own bills... I matured very quickly and I think that helped me.
Danica's been put under a lot of pressure ... probably more than I ever was. No one ever expected me to win with the equipment I was given.