Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing co-owner and her husband, Andy O'Gara, are expecting their second child in June 2014.
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Their daughter, Zoey, was born on Sept. 13, 2011.
The team will be testing this week at Sebring International Raceway with driver Josef Newgarden, who will enter his third season with Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing in 2014, behind the wheel of the No. 67 Honda-powered car.
Sarah Fisher Racing was formed in February 2008 when Fisher announced plans to become the IZOD IndyCar Series' first female owner/driver. The team made its debut that season in the Indianapolis 500. Fisher announced her retirement as a driver after the 2010 season, naming Ed Carpenter as her replacement. The 2011 season had several achievements for the team, including a top-10 qualifying effort at Indianapolis and its first victory in October at Kentucky Speedway.
In December 2011, Fisher announced a partnership with Wichita, Kan.-based businessman Wink Hartman to form Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing with 2011 Firestone Indy Lights champion driving the No. 67 entry for the 2012 season.