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‘I have no words’: Jamie Chadwick is first woman to win in IndyCar ‘Triple-A’ series since 2010

'I have no words': Jamie Chadwick is first woman to win in IndyCar 'Triple-A' series since 2010

Jamie Chadwick became the first woman to win an Indy NXT race since 2010, beating Louis Foster after a late red flag at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis.

Chadwick, a 26-year-old in her second year with Andretti Global in IndyCar's second-tier series, won the 20-lap race from the pole position on the 14-turn, 4-mile road course.

"Oh, man, I have no words," she told the Peacock broadcast after the race. "I'm a bit emotional. We've had an unbelievable car this year and haven't been able to do anything about it."

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Myles Rowe and Louis Mittig crashed on Lap 17, bringing out the red flag.

"Louis had a look and I knew I had to be aggressive," Chadwick said of holding off Foster, her Andretti Global teammate.

Chadwick has been a Formula One test driver for Williams and has competed the W Series, Formula E and the Formula 3 Asian Championship.

Pippa Mann won a race at Kentucky Speedway in 2010, the most recent woman to win in the series.

This article originally appeared on Indianapolis Star: IndyCar: Jamie Chadwick is first woman to win in Indy NXT since 2010

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