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Latest Graham Rahal Items
Will Power gave Roger Penske and Chevrolet what they desperately wanted by winning the first of two races at the Detroit Grand Prix.
Graham Rahal was the first driver to drop out of this year's Indianapolis 500 when he encountered what he called an "electrical gremlin" early in Sunday's race.
The cruel Twitter posts came fast and furious Friday as Marco Andretti and Graham Rahal participated in their final practice session for the Indianapolis 500.
Graham Rahal bit into a beignet, sipped on a frozen cafe-au-lait and explained why he and fellow IndyCar drivers are eager to bring their series to the Big Easy.
Chevrolet has not received an official request from Dale Earnhardt Jr. to swap race cars with Honda driver Graham Rahal.
Graham Rahal opened his IndyCar career with a win in his series debut. Six seasons later, that victory through the streets of St. Petersburg stands as his lone trip to Victory Lane.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. said Tuesday he wants to swap race cars with Graham Rahal, but believes it won't be possible because they drive for rival manufacturers.
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing will field a second IndyCar entry for Oriol Servia this season in at least four races, more if sponsorship can be secured.
Panther Racing has sued Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, IndyCar and others, saying it lost a $17.2 million sponsorship with the Army National Guard because of bid-rigging and other improprieties.