Penny for her thoughtsThe FedEx/March of Dimes No. 11 team has a special guest on hand this weekend.She is Nina Centofanti, this years national ambassador for the March of Dimes, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary.Nina, born prematurely at slightly more than 2 pounds, is the face of the organization, which is devoted to the healthcare of mothers and their babies.She is now a healthy, soon-to-be 8-year-old who brought with her a message to Texas Motor Speedway.Donate to her cause, the March for Babies at marchforbabies.org/team/fedex11.I think her mike is off, joked Brian Vickers, the driver of the No. 11 who took over as the surrogate speaker when Ninas shyness got the best of her. What she meant to say is how excited she is to be here for March of Dimes.Go girlDanica Patrick gained attention Friday when she showed up with a bright belt buckle with her Danica Racing logo and the words fastest girl in town, a gift of appreciation from Ricky Stenhouse Jr.Stenhouse Jr. wanted more Twitter followers, so Patrick, who has excelled on the social-media platform, agreed to help ... with conditions.I was like, Well, if I help you with that can I have a belt buckle? I got it just before the second Texas race last year.It was very nice. I know these things they are handmade. They are not cheap. That was a nice gift. He didnt actually need to live up to that bet, but it was nice that he did.She had to hold off on new boots that go with buckle because of a fashion issue: Her jeans were too short. But shell be in her game day shoes today.You just cant wear boots if the jeans are too short.Bank shotSpeaking of Ricky Stenhouse Jr., he got the best of racing peers in a basketball trick-shot contest on Thursday in a filming of Dude Perfect, the online video sensation.Stenhouse Jr., Travis Pastrana, James Buescher and Indycars James Hinchcliffe each made a trick shot, but the driver of Sprint Cups No. 17 broke the tie with an over-the-head shot with his back to the basket from the top of the 24-degree banking between Turns 1 and 2.Im not Dude Perfect, but hopefully I can play with them some more, Stenhouse said. They do a lot of cool stuff.Dude Perfect evolved from the work of five Texas A&M students, who began making videos of wild basketball shots at various locales. Their work has attracted more than 872,000 subscribers and 116 million views.He said itI notice there has been a lot of violence at my workplace lately. I dont know what to think of that, but I think that youre seeing a lot of passion. If you go down to Cowtown [Raceway, in Kennedale] and watch the races tomorrow night, there will be guys that get out of the car really, really mad at other guys. Im sure there are those of you in this room that are guilty of getting really, really frustrated on the road. Sprint Cup driver Carl Edwards on the recent spate of hostility between drivers.