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News on the Xone, and Indy Race Car Driver and CEO of Sarah Fisher Racing in the Xone at Long Beach Grand Prix.
In 2008, Sarah Fisher become the first and only female team owner and the youngest owner in the IZOD IndyCar Series, as well as the first female team owner to win an IZOD IndyCar Series race. In 2010, she competed in her 9th and final Indy 500, marking the most number of starts for a woman in the 94-year history of the event. In 2010, Sarah released her first book titled, 99 Things Women Wish They knew Before Getting Behind The Wheel of Their Dream Job. The book is a must read for everyone but more importantly, ladies who are embarking on a career in racing.
Sarah was the first female driver in the 21st century to drive a Formula One car when testing in 2002. The test was arranged by her personal sponsor, TAG Heuer. In 2003, she set the record as the fastest woman to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 with a four-lap average of 229.439 mph (369.246 km/h).
Sarah won the Most Popular Driver (MPD) award three consecutive times from (2001–2003) in the IndyCar Series. She won the same award in 2005 while competing in the NASCAR West Series.
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