Fisher accepts role as underdog

Updated: June 29, 2002, 12:32 PM ET
By Jack Arute | ESPN.com

Fisher Sarah Fisher wasn't people with Team Penske's second consecutive Indy Racing League front row sweep. While Gil de Ferran and Helio Castroneves took the top two spots for Saturday night's Sun Trust Indy Challenge at the ¾-mile Richmond International Raceway, Fisher struggled to the 15th spot on the grid -- 6 mph slower than de Ferran's pole speed of 168.705 mph.

"There's a lot of work on the car that we need to do," Fisher said. " Last year, I was here with a Dallara and a Menards ...

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