Graham Rahal was on the verge of collecting his second career victory, but he was unable to pass Will Power (not pictured) in the first Detroit GP race. (Photo: Getty Images)
It’s been so long since Graham Rahal scored his first – and most recent – IndyCar Series victory that if a child were born that day the kid would be 6 years old by now.
It was April 6, 2008 when Rahal became the “face of unification” as the Champ Car Series dissolved and many of its teams were absorbed by the Indy Racing League to form today’s IndyCar Series. He was just a teenager and a win in his first-ever IndyCar Series race was a record for youngest winner.
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