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When Stenhouse crossed the finish line, Patrick hustled to meet her boyfriend where they shared a celebratory kiss.
But only one couple trade paint with each other in screaming racecars at 200 mph. I feel like last year we really made a big effort to celebrate the good days more so than come down to the misery level of the other person," Patrick said during an interview arranged by sponsor Aspen Dental. It made a big difference." Patrick finished 24th in points last year with just two top-10 finishes — her third straight disappointing season in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series. She's no longer the va-va-voom sex kitten of the Go Daddy commercials.
Temper outbursts in auto racing aren't unique to Patrick.
Hitting someone else's car -- either intentionally or unintentionally -- often triggers payback.
“We don’t talk about it,” Stenhouse said Friday at Kansas Speedway. We just go out and try to win.” That Stenhouse and Patrick are dating while also racing against one another 36 times a year, certainly complicates their relationship.
And the two have had an occasional run-in on the track, including twice in 2013 when both were competing for Monster Energy Cup Series Rookie of the Year honors that season.
But as the laps wound down and it became apparent Stenhouse was in contention for his first career win, Patrick’s attention shifted to watching the race.It's a striking, almost post-apocalyptic sight, just the way Earnhardt Jr.likes it."It’s just a way to have something cool out here that someone will stumble upon some day and wonder what exactly was going on and why there are all these wrecked cars laying around," he said earlier this year. And he's even got a 1937 Flatback Ford that was allegedly raced by his grandfather Ralph Earnhardt in the early 1950s. doesn't exactly consider himself a steward of history, or even a custodian of cool.Earnhardt and Reimann had dated since 2009 and got engaged in June 2015 while on vacation in Germany.Reimann changed her last name to Earnhardt on Twitter, writing with a sense of humor: "I sure wish my husband would wake up!