INDIANAPOLIS - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton visited the Indianapolis Motor Speedway garage of driver Sarah Fisher on Tuesday as she awaited results from her own race in Indiana’s primary.
Fisher has endorsed Clinton, and the two chatted and laughed as they walked into the driver’s garage, where Fisher introduced Clinton to her team and presented her with a racing helmet Tuesday morning.
As media members urged Clinton to wear the helmet, she looked at it for a moment, then asked Fisher how long it takes to put on. “Real quick if you’re in a hurry,” Fisher said to laughter.
Clinton declined to predict the winner in Indiana’s presidential primary during her 20-minute visit to the garage, saying it would be like trying to guess the Indianapolis 500 winner before the race begins.
“Life is unpredictable, racing is unpredictable, politics is unpredictable, so I’m going to wait and see what the voters have to say,” she said.
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