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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - IndyCar team owner Sarah Fisher gave birth to her second child Thursday.
The team sent an email saying Daniel James O’Gara and his mother were both doing well. The second child for Fisher and husband Andy O’Gara weighed in at 7 pounds, 4 ounces. Their daughter, Zoey, was born Sept. 13, 2011.
Fisher, one of the most popular drivers in series history, hasn’t raced since the end of the 2010 season.
Fisher became the series’ first female owner-driver when she formed her own team in February 2008. Ed Carpenter gave Fisher’s team its first win in October 2011. The team was renamed Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing in December 2011 after Fisher formed a partnership with Kansas businessman Wink Hartman.
American Josef Newgarden is Fisher’s lone driver this season.
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