The nutrition part, he acknowledged, becomes more difficult when on the road … especially when the “hot doughnuts now” neon sign is lit at the local Krispy Kreme. Stenhouse said he’s spent plenty of time this week at Volusia Speedway Park. Come to find out, a local dirt track doesn’t typically offer up kale salads or smoothies at the concession stand. And then there was the weak moment from Tuesday night, driving back from a sushi dinner in a group that included fellow drivers Ryan Newman and Kyle Larson. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Ricky Stenhouse Jr. says that being in a relationship with fitness guru and fellow driver Danica Patrick has helped him become more health-conscious, both in working out and eating well. “Danica was not happy. She’s like, ‘I can’t believe you just ate three of those.’ Well, she didn’t see me eat the fourth.” “Well, we were on the way back and then the hot sign was on at Krispy Kreme, so we pulled in and before we got from Krispy Kreme to here, Newman and I had four apiece,” Stenhouse said Wednesday at Daytona 500 Media Day, noting the roughly two-mile distance from the doughnut shop to Daytona International Speedway.