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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Andretti Autosport
In the far corner of Gasoline Alley, where the signs that say "Andretti Autosport" hang from the buildings, there is a flurry of activity that can best be described as organized chaos.
Kurt Busch will drive the No. 26 Suretone Honda for Andretti Autosport in his attempt to run the Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR's 600-mile race on the same day.
Blake Irving, new CEO of GoDaddy, is very much a car guy. How much of that translates into racing remains to be seen.
Andretti Autosport announced Wednesday it has signed on as the third team to compete in the environmentally friendly FIA Formula E championship, which will feature electric cars racing in 10 cities around the world beginning in 2014.
Kurt Busch will test an Indy car for Andretti Autosport at Indianapolis Motor Speedway next week.
Marco Andretti knows how much heartache his family has suffered at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He needs no reminders that IndyCar could use an American superstar, and with his famous last name, he is quite aware of the hope that maybe he can be the one to elevate this attention-starved series.
Andretti Autosport has added Brazil's Ana Beatriz to its driver lineup for the Indianapolis 500.
Two-time defending series champion Dario Franchitti won IndyCar's season opener on Sunday, showing he's once again the one to beat in open-wheel racing.
Former IndyCar champion Tony Kanaan is looking for a new ride.