Reba Fisher was
born just minutes after her twin sister, Robin. A tomboy, Reba would
race go-karts in the backyard race pit that her father built. Reba
met Dave Fisher at a go-kart race in Commercial Point, Ohio - beating
him. He relentlessly followed her from race to race, trying to avenge
his loss, and fell in love in the process. They married and had
Reba bought Sarah
her first cara pink Barbie pedal carwhen Sarah was 4.
Sarah began racing Quarter-Midget cars at the age of 5 - and from
there it was speed, speed, speed. Sarah raced at her first Indy
500 at 19, becoming the youngest woman ever to do so. Last spring
she finished 2nd at the Grand Prix of Miami, stunning the racing
Though their house
has a fully-outfitted race shop in the backyard, Reba, a school
teacher, has always stressed the importance of education. Sarah
was an A-student in high school and is earning a college degree
while she races full-time in the Indy Racing League.
Reba doesn't like
it when Sarah speeds on the highway, but she thoroughly trusts her
daughter to handle an Indy car at speeds of 229 miles per hour.
Perhaps it's in their bloodSarah's racing roots trace back
to Reba's mother, one of the first female aviators in Ohio. Fly
fast. Drive Fast.
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on Sarah log on to www.sarahfisher.com.