A startling revelation from Billy Venturini, owner of Venturini Motorsports, has stirred the racing world. His comments on Danica Patrick, one of the most celebrated female racers, are bound to raise eyebrows.
Venturini, in an exclusive interview, made it clear that he doesn't consider Patrick's career a success. He stated,*"If you can't win at that level, I can't sign off that you're a success." Despite acknowledging Patrick's achievements, he emphasized the importance of victories in defining success.
Patrick's NASCAR Journey
Patrick, the only woman to win an IndyCar race, had a six-season stint with Stewart-Haas Racing in NASCAR. Her crowning achievement was securing pole position for the Daytona 500 in 2013. However, a race victory in NASCAR eluded her.
Venturini's philosophy is simple - "Either we hang the banner, or we don't." He believes in the binary nature of success in motor racing. His recent signing of Kris Wright for the ARCA Menards Series has sparked controversy among racing fans.