Danica's Marriage Hits the Wall

H. Darr Beiser/USA Today

Danica Patrick is on the market again, the most eligible bachelorette on the NASCAR circuit.

The driver who has made headlines from IndyCar to NASCAR and whose image has been splashed across televisions nationwide in racy ads for sponsor Go Daddy announced on her Facebook page Tuesday that she and her husband of seven years, Paul Hospenthal, are ending their marriage.

Her relationship status on the page is not listed; the item had received nearly 3,000 comments just five hours after being posted at 3 p.m.

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