Kevin Harvick has some angry words for Brad Keselowski and Brad reacts.
Ricky Stenhouse celebrates his fourth NNS victory of 2012 after the NRA American Warrior 300 .
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Ryan Blaney take on the 'American Ninja Warrior' course July 10 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. Photo by: Duane Prokop/NBC
After taking the hosts of 'American Ninja Warrior' on a joyride around Daytona International Speedway, Ben Kennedy takes on the obstacle course.
NBC's wild and wildly popular obstacle course show " American Ninja Warrior " is coming to the biggest stage in NASCAR, Daytona International Speedway, to film as part of Season 9. Daytona is a true modern motorsports stadium and will now serve as a proving ground not only for race car drivers but also for athletes in city qualifying and city finals rounds for the show. Competitors who make it out of the finals course will move on to the national finals rounds in Las Vegas with a chance at a $1 million prize. "We're excited to serve as a host location for the filming of 'American Ninja Warrior' and add another new event to an already busy schedule," Daytona International Speedway President Chip Wile said. "We're thrilled to welcome the competitors to the world's only motorsports stadium and provide an electric atmosphere as individuals attempt to navigate these challenging obstacles. To succeed, they are going to need strength, speed and perseverance, very similar to what we see on the high banks of the Speedway." The TV tapings will begin each night at approximately 8:30 p.m. ET in between the Axalta and Chevrolet Injectors at the speedway. There will be two different sessions for each night of taping, both of which are available for guests to view. To sign up for free tickets to attend the event, visit http://on-camera-audiences.com/shows/American_Ninja_Warrior . The qualifying episode filmed at Daytona will air June 26, and the city finals will air Aug. 7. The only remaining question is whether "Stenja" will compete again. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who is a fan of the show along with girlfriend and fellow racer Danica Patrick, competed in 2016. MORE: @nascarcasm Q&A with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. -- aka "Stenja"
Three drivers—Ryan Blaney, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Ben Kennedy are set to appear on “ American Ninja Warrior ” this upcoming season. They will tackle the course in episodes airing later this year. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. appeared on the show in 2016.
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NASCAR driver Danica Patrick has opened her 2017 with a New Year's fitness and fashion kick. Patrick introduced her new line of athletic clothing -- Warrior by Danica Patrick -- on Wednesday with a pair of scheduled appearances on the Home Shopping Network (HSN). The collection of leggings, hoodies, tees and other fitness apparel debuted Monday on the HSN website. The 34-year-old driver -- long a backer of healthy living, cooking and fitness regimens -- was scheduled to host two hourlong segments on HSN -- at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. ET -- to promote the new brand. HSN plans to feature the collection -- marketed as "athleisure" -- on-air again in April, June, July and September. "I've been interested in fashion and clothes since I was a little girl," Patrick said in a news release. "And for the last 10 years I've dreamed about having my own clothing line, but I was waiting for the perfect situation with the perfect partner. When HSN and (apparel maker) G-III came along, I knew it was the right time. It's been exciting seeing the Warrior line come together. We've created what I believe is really the perfect athleisure collection that transitions through your day, no matter what you're doing." The clothing line is billed as "a collection with attention to detail and shape that will help showcase your sense of style without compromising fashion or comfort." The rollout is part of a busy offseason for Patrick, who returns for her fifth season driving the Stewart-Haas Racing No. 10 in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Patrick is also promoting a health and wellness book called "Pretty Intense," scheduled for release in early 2018. She is also launching her own winery -- called Somnium -- in the Napa Valley region of California, with bottles on sale next month. </p>