Graham Rahal


Born: January 4, 1989 (24), Columbus, Ohio
Resides: Indi­anapolis
Favorite Non Race Sport: Golf
Phil­an­thropy: Created the Graham Rahal Foun­da­tion to continue the work started by former team owner and friend, the late Paul Newman, to help chil­dren with medical condi­tions.
Hobbies: Cars, my pets, skiing, snow­mo­biling, ping pong, darts, running, go-karting, cars, cars, and more cars!
Wins: 1 (St. Peters­burg 2008, youngest winner in series history)
Poles: 2 (St. Peters­burg 2009, youngest pole winner in series history;
Kansas 2009)

Graham Rahal grew up attending race events around the world with his father, 1986 Indi­anapolis 500 winner and three-time Indy car cham­pion Bobby Rahal and cut his teeth in karting and moved up through feeder series to Indy car racing. In 2008, a victory at St. Peters­burg — in his IndyCar Series debut — made him the youngest winner in a major auto racing history at 19 years, 93 days old.  He also co-drove the winning car in the 2011 Rolex 24 at Daytona sports car race.

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