NASCAR driver Danica Patrick had a rough day at Pocono, and it wasn't due to her performance on the track. Patrick was booed by fans when security turned away a fan approaching her for an autograph on pit road. Patrick continued walking, but when the booing started, she turned back. 

"I do the best I can," Patrick said. "I mean, if you're a real fan, you know that I'm not just -- my job is not to sign autographs, right? My job is to drive a car and to tell the crew chief what's going on. I don't appreciate the booing. It hurts my feelings. I'm a f---ing person, you know what I mean? I'm a person too. I have feelings."

It's another chapter in Patrick's rather tumultuous 2017. The driver has lost her sponsorship with Nature's Bakery due to contract issues, and although it's completely fair to not want to be booed for walking out to her car, NASCAR is defined by fans as much as any other sport. Incidents such as this one where fans feel like they're being neglected by drivers will rarely pan out well for the driver, particularly one that needs sponsors. While Patrick is undoubtedly under a lot of stress, especially on  race day, drivers are expected to remain the face of their team to the fans, whether that's fair or not.

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