LONG BEACH, Calif. -- Sarah Fisher laughed. "I had my big-girl pants on that day," she said.
"That day" was the one when owner/driver Fisher decided to give up her seat and put a more competitive driver in it for the first two American road/street courses of the Izod IndyCar Series season.
Fisher called on one of the series' rising stars, American Graham Rahal, who finished 10th in his debut for Sarah Fisher Racing in St. Petersburg and gave the young program its best finish in 11 ...Read full story
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