Sarah has a dog named Wrigley.
She is working on acquiring a degree in marketing from Ellis College.
In 1995 she won the Dirt Track Racing Round-Up Rookie of the Year Award.
In 1999 Sarah became the youngest person ever to pass the Indy 500 Qualifying test.
For the 2007 season Sarah returned to IRL racing for the Dreyer & Reinbold Racing team.
Sarah qualified for the 2007 Indy 500 on the second day of qualifying.
Along with Milka Duno and Danica Patrick, Sarah is one of three women qualified for the 2007 Indy 500.
Sarah raced against both Lyn St. James and Danica Patrick.
Sarah Fisher is also the name of a character in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell.
As of late July, 2006, it appears that she wants to quit NASCAR and attempt to go back into Indy car racing again for the 2007 season.
She raced in the Indianapolis 500 five times
From 1995–99, she raced in the sprint car and midget ranks.
In 1999, she graduated from Teays Valley High School in Ohio.
Her Astrological sign is Libra.
She started racing at 5 years old in a quarter-midget.
In May 2002, she became the fastest woman qualifier ever for the Indianapolis 500 with a four-lap average speed of 229-plus miles per hour.
In 2001, she got second-place finish at the IRL's inaugural race at Homestead Miami Speedway, the best finish ever by a woman in Indy racing.
In 2005, she was voted the most popular driver in the NASCAR Grand National Divison, West Series.
Sarah is 5 feet, 2 inches tall.
Sarah was named Most Popular Driver in the Indy Racing League for three straight years from 2001-2003.
She won the 1991, 93 & 94 World Karting Association Grand National Championships.
Sarah was the third woman to successfully qualify for the Indianapolis 500.