Danica Patrick ranked 91st most powerful celebrity by Forbes

Jared Wickerham

Danica Patrick is among the most powerful celebrities according to list published by Forbes.

NASCAR driver Danica Patrick is one of the "World's Most Powerful Celebrities," according to a list published by Forbes.

Patrick ranked 91st overall out of 100 and was the only motorsports driver to make the list. This marks the fourth time she has been ranked by Forbes placing 95th in 2007, 96th in 2010 and 2011.

Other celebrities who made the list include Oprah Winfrey (ranked No. 1), Lady Gaga (No. 2) and Steven Spielberg (No. 3). Sports figures ranked include Tiger Woods (No. 15), LeBron James (No. 16), and David Beckham (No. 19) among others.

According to Forbes, Patrick, a Sprint Cup rookie, made an estimated $15 million in income.

Patrick has a high-profile association with sponsor GoDaddy and has appeared in a celebrity-record 12 Super Bowl commercials for the company. She also has endorsement deals with Chevrolet, Coca-Cola, Nationwide Insurance and Tissot.

In February, Patrick became the first woman to win a pole in NASCAR's premiere division when she won the pole for the Daytona 500. She would go on to finish the "Great American Race" in eighth.

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