Graham Rahal Places Second

Behind teammate Sebastian Bourdais at the Grand Prix of Huston Champ Car race. It's no secret that I'm a fan of Graham Rahal.  I come from Columbus, Ohio and have followed Bobby Rahal for 30 years.
Bourdais got a little lucky at the end to secure the win.  He went for a pit stop on the 68th lap, while rookie Tristan Gommendy stayed on the track, gambling that he wouldn't have to stop again for fuel.  But Gommendy ran out of gas on lap 87 and stalled as Bourdais glided past.Bourdais cruised to the finish line from there with rookie Graham Rahal, his Newman/Haas/Lanigan teammate, protecting him in second place.  
The 18-year-old Rahal, who skipped his senior prom in Ohio to race in Houston, finished 4.819 seconds behind Bourdais and became the youngest driver in series history to earn a podium finish.
Get used to seeing Rahal on the podium.  Bourdais should get used to seeing him in his rearview mirror.

Thanks to Yahoo for the quote.