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FOXSports.com talks with racing legend Mario Andretti and Sarah Fisher about the Indy 500 Centennial Tour and more.
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However what I'm Randy Sparage Mario Andretti is when the greatest drivers in racing history and Sarah Fisher is the youngest woman ever drive in the Indianapolis 500. We're pleased that both -- and Mario -- us and -- start with you I understand you're about to head overseas to spend some time -- our troops tells about. -- basically you -- wrong then so called Centennial tour. This celebration of vanity and a hundred years of Indianapolis is beginning now and that it would take it in overseas -- -- troops. It's a great opportunity for all of us that are involved due to go in there and that. And bring a little bit of America to. What we think as many amateur homesick. Individuals out there and now. Who have their race -- to go along how about that. As -- what are you looking forward to the most on the strip. I'm just made it -- -- celebrating with them. For -- you know 500 it means so much to us. And -- means so much to them -- this fans as our sport some of them. Next exit ticket season there has taken he's at home but there to bring us out there -- -- personally. Say thank you know if I was there and Mario personally can't that they mean that would mean a lot -- Hopefully we have midshipmen. -- you mentioned earlier that we're celebrating the 100 anniversary of the Indianapolis 500 this year. What makes this racial special. Well -- because. It is that they greatest race probably the best known race in the world and that would. Hundred years of history have ended the -- and -- topped that so. Again. It's great opportunities to make a lot and always. It's been a life changing experience. The ones. You if you listen had the opportunity to be in this in this race and that. And again you know that we fans. Worldwide. It's. Like. Fortunate and privileged to. Sarah you took part nine Indy five hundreds. What are you -- most about those races. 2008 was the first year that I started team but we had some issues but that is the sponsorship. Didn't happen if -- frankly we're waiting on the jags -- I qualified the car as an athlete and the honor. Without it sponsors and then. The -- it's about moments inning after qualifying was. So rewarding. If that's part of the field we'll forever and a. Sarah you retired from competitive driving following the 2010 season the focus on your Izod IndyCar Series team. How is that transition gone for it. It's great we hired Ed Carpenter and you know I could make that phone call to hire a driver. Without any sponsors of -- said. It was just awesome experience and now that's when my treatment and another perspective so it's going well it redesign their engineering team around and but his performance last you're really looking forward to getting on track thinking. Mario -- finally retired what did you miss the most about race. -- simple the driving you know I just. Enjoyed driving probably like no other business. That -- love and passion for the sport that. You know the full forty years that was part of it. I know that they could be life after driving for me that that findings in this things this okay. But today again I just. Drove his blown -- constantly. Them. In on IAM. I'm thankful for that that come -- blitzes every day. A mile -- -- thanks so much for being with us and enjoy your time with our troops and don't forget foxsports.com has you covered brought your racing -- -- -- Sparage. Let's look at it.