Hillary Rodham Clinton says she won't predict the winner of today's Indiana primary.
She says every race is "filled with the unexpected." The New
York senator spoke during a stop at the Indianapolis Motor
Speedway. She posed for pictures with driver Sarah Fisher and her
race crew. Fisher said she voted for Clinton this morning, and gave
her a race helmet.
When reporters asked if there was a message in her visit to the
Brickyard, Clinton said, "That we need to get on the track in
She added, "If you want to go forward, you put it in D. If you
want to go backward, you put it in R," Clinton said.