GoDaddy.com, which announced a three-year IndyCar Series primary sponsorship with Danica Patrick and Andretti Autosport last week, will make an announcement on Tuesday regarding Patrick's future in NASCAR. The Sporting News
reports that it will be the long-anticipated deal with JR Motorsports, which also has an association with GoDaddy.com, and will include a mixture of NASCAR Nationwide and ARCA series races.
Following her IndyCar announcement last week, her official website, danicaracing.com, briefly showed a photo of Patrick in a Nationwide Series uniform that included at JR Motorsports logo. Patrick has been linked for months with a limited stock car foray with JR, the team founded by Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Rick Hendrick, although Earnhardt has claimed he is not directly involved in discussions with her.
JR is currently undergoing an ownership restructuring, with Earnhardt's sister, Kelley Earnhardt, who manages its day-to-day operations, taking an ownership stake along with Tony Eury Jr., Earnhardt Jr.'s cousin and former crew chief.