“We couldn't have done it without the support of our loyal fans, who mobilised on our behalf through email, social media, texting and phone calls," said Fisher. "Their voices were heard."
As for Rahal, today's announcement means that his hoped-for second car with GP2 runner-up Luca Filippi at the wheel
now won't happen until Indianapolis in May at the earliest.
"We are disappointed that we couldn't put our second program together in time for the start of the season and hope to have that resolved by the Indianapolis 500," said Rahal.