GoDaddy announced on Wednesday that they won't be on Danica Patrick's race car after 2015. What's next for Roscoe, Illinois native Danica Patrick?

According to GoDaddy, which has sponsored Patrick's race cars since her IndyCar career began, they will no longer be in the NASCAR world. GoDaddy contracts with her racing team, Stewart-Haas Racing, will expire after this season anyway.

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"NASCAR has been a tremendous domestic platform to help us achieve an 81 percent-aided brand awareness domestically, but at this stage, we need a range of marketing assets that reach a more globally-diverse set of customers," GoDaddy chief marketing officer Phil Bienert states on GoDaddy.com.

Patrick is currently in negotiations on a personal services contract with GoDaddy, and the driver said she's looking forward to a continued partnership away from NASCAR.

Patrick sits 16th in this year's Sprint Cup standings through nine races. Next year, she will no longer be racing in a bright green car.

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Danica is now opening negotiations for new NASCAR sponsors if you or your company are interested.