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Danica Patrick joins Sky Sports F1 for US GP!

Motor racing icon Danica Patrick is joining Sky Sports F1 for her home United States GP this weekend. Patrick, widely renowned as the most successful woman in the history of American open-wheel racing, will be part of our bumper punditry team providing analysis on all the action from Austin, Texas. Lewis Hamilton's edge despite Max Verstappen lead? US GP preview Get Sky Sports F1 The Circuit of the Americas race, live on Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports Main Event on 8pm on Sunday, is the first of six to finish the season as Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton's title battle heads for a thrilling finale. "I'm really excited," said Patrick, one of motorsport's greatest-ever female...
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