One of NASCAR's power couples is no longer a couple.
In a recent EPIX documentary titled Danica, Patrick opened up about her relationship with Stenhouse Jr. and even expressed her desire to get married and have kids.
TMZ reports that Patrick said in July she "was ready yesterday" to be engaged, but that Stenhouse Jr. had not proposed yet.
While there are no details around the cause of the split, rumors of a breakup began swirling when Stenhouse Jr. showed up at NASCAR's annual awards on November 30 without his famous lady as his date. She was previously married to Paul Hospenthal, a marriage that ended after seven years.
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At times, the NASCAR Cup Series has seen some unusual bedfellows, both on and off the track.
Patrick, 35, also revealed she intends to compete in the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500 next season before completely retiring from auto racing.
Patrick announced her retirement earlier in November.
Stenhouse, who drives for Roush Fenway Racing, scored the only two wins of his Cup career this season.
Yoga enthusiast Patrick is gearing up for the release of her upcoming lifestyle book, "Pretty Intense: The 90-Day Mind, Body and Food Plan that will absolutely Change Your Life", due out December 26.