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Topic - Marco Andretti
Paul Tracy, one of the most outspoken and polarizing drivers in recent history, has been given a microphone to opine about the current state of IndyCar.
For the fourth time in six races dating to last season, Will Power jumped from the top of his car to celebrate a win in Victory Lane.
Andretti Autosport will add Carlos Munoz to its IndyCar lineup next season.
Marco Andretti saw the tweets that feigned surprise at the two-year contract extension he signed with his father's race team.
After an offseason spent recommitting himself to racing, Marco Andretti was rewarded with the best season of his IndyCar career.
So much for the happy Andretti homecoming.
What a homecoming for the Andrettis.
Mario Andretti wants one more race, family style.
Sage Karam is in the market for a model.
IndyCar driver Ryan Hunter-Reay thought he was lost when he saw "NASCAR" signs lining the entrance road into Pocono Raceway.
As the Andretti Autosport teams clogged the qualifying leaderboard, it sure looked as if the fix was in at the Milwaukee Mile.
Bobby Rahal found it difficult at times over the last six years watching son Graham driving for other open-wheel teams.
That near-miss in Texas has certainly crossed Graham Rahal's mind in the past year.
Marco Andretti has bounced back from the worst year of his IndyCar career, putting his famous family atop the open-wheel racing standings for the first time in more than a decade.
Tony Kanaan and Marco Andretti swapped the lead in the early laps of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, both of them trying to win at a place that has caused them plenty of heartache.
Andretti Autosport driver Marco Andretti said Friday in a reference to F1's attempt to stage a race against the skyline of Manhattan.
"This is a big race for me, probably second to Indianapolis that I want to win," he said. "My dad and I were talking about it on the way here how cool it would be to have three generations win at one track."