Professional race car driver Danica Patrick, 29, became the first female IndyCar winner in history on Sunday, finishing first at the Indy Japan 300. Patrick won after the top contenders were forced to stop for fuel in the final laps of the race. Patrick says, "It was a fuel strategy race, but my team called it perfectly for me." Ha! You hear that speed-obsessed dudes? There is more to winning the race then being fast, like careful planning and time management, just like our mothers always told us! [CNN via AP]