On Saturday, NASCAR driver Danica Patrick sat down with Marc Malkin of E! News to dish on her post-split romance with fellow driver Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.
"I'll say, 'Babe, am I less hot when I'm not good on [the] track? Does that make me less attractive?'" she said. "And he's like, 'Hon, I'm not with you because you're a race car driver.'"
Stenhouse is Patrick's first boyfriend since she filed for divorce from physical therapist Paul Hospenthal in January 2013. She first announced their plans to divorce in November 2012 on her Facebook page.
Since the split, Patrick has seen some major professional success. In February, she hit a career high when she became the first woman to win the pole position for the Daytona 500 and achieved a top-10 finish. But she has also seen her fair share of disappointments. In March, she blew a tire and finished 39th at the Subway Fresh Fit 500 in Phoenix. The following week, she landed in 33rd place at the Kobalt Tools 400 in Las Vegas.
Patrick isn't the first NASCAR superstar to call it quits with her spouse. Click through the slides below for five others who did the same.
This NASCAR legend and his wife, Brooke, split in 2002 after seven years of marriage. While she was the one who filed the paperwork and received a reported $15.3 million settlement when the split was finalized, she kept one significant memento from their marriage -- Gordon's last name. In 2010, the #24 driver got dragged into a custody dispute when his ex bestowed his last name onto a child she had with another man. Gordon is now married to model Ingrid Vandebosch, with whom he has two children.
In November 2012, NASCAR driver Danica Patrick took to Facebook to announce her plans to divorce physical therapist Paul Hospenthal after seven years of marriage. The two met back in 2002 when he was treating her for a non-racing-related hip injury. Patrick officially filed for divorce in January 2013. The split was finalized three months later in April 2013.
Seven-time NASCAR Champion Dale Earnhardt, Sr. married his first wife, Latane Brown, when he was just 17. The couple had one son together, Kerry, but divorced a year after he was born. Earnhardt embarked on his second marriage in 1971 with Brenda Gee, the daughter of NASCAR car builder Robert Gee. The couple had two children together, daughter Kelley and son Dale Jr., who went on to follow in his father's NASCAR footsteps. Like his first marriage, Earnhardt's second union ended soon after the birth of his son. Earnhardt married his third wife, Teresa in 1982 and they remained together for almost 20 years, until his death in 2001.
Former racing champ Kurt Busch announced that he was separating from his wife, Eva Bryan, in 2010 after he was spotted smooching another woman in Victory Lane -- the spot on the racetrack where the first-place driver goes to celebrate his or her victory. The former couple had been married for three years.
NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France -- whose grandfather founded NASCAR over 60 years ago -- has had his fair share of divorce drama. He married and divorced his ex-wife, Megan, not once, but twice. In May 2013, the ex-couple's previously confidential divorce documents were unsealed, revealing information about France's finances, poor parenting and alleged verbal abuse towards his then-wife.