Rahal ‘Super Grateful’ For Second Chance At Indy

INDIANAPOLIS — The resurrection of Graham Rahal in this year’s Indianapolis 500 starting lineup is one of the best “depths of despair to triumph over adversity” stories of the past decade. Wilson helped mentor the son of 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby Rahal, and the two became great friends. Wilson checked up and Rahal’s teammate, Katherine Legge, slammed into the back of Wilson’s Chevrolet. The obvious choice became the best choice as Rahal was named to take over Wilson’s No. “The Wilson family certainly in my life has had a very strong impact,” Rahal said Tuesday. “She’s two years old so she doesn’t really know what it was all about,” Rahal recalled. The best thing Rahal can do to give back to Wilson is take his car from 25th starting position to forward in the field.

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