FUEL SYSTEM PROBLEM FORCES DUNO OUT EARLY IN MICHIGAN
Brooklyn, Mich. (August 5, 2007) - IndyCar Series rookie driver Milka Duno finished early due to a problem with the fuel system at the Michigan International Speedway in #23 CITGO Racing Dallara Honda at the delayed Firestone Indy 400 on Sunday, August 5.
Throughout the weekend, the rookie ran lap times competitive with the seasoned drivers. She also recovered quickly after an incident coming into the pits during the first practice session on Saturday and returned to participate in the second practice session later that day.
The Firestone Indy 400 was Duno's sixth race with the IndyCar Series and her first time at the Michigan International Speedway, a two-mile D-shaped oval. Her next race will be at the Kansas Speedway on Saturday, August 11th.
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