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Michael Andretti


5 October 1962 (58)
José Froilán González (5 October 1922)
Kevin Magnussen (5 October 1992)


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1 (7.7%)
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3rd (1993 Italian Grand Prix)
5th (1993 Brazilian Grand Prix)
7 (0.5 points per race avg)
7 (53.8%)
1993 South African Grand Prix
1993 Italian Grand Prix

about Michael Andretti

Michael Mario Andretti (born October 5, 1962) is a retired American racing driver, who won the 1991 CART PPG Indy Car World Series. A legend in CART, he drove in the series both before and after his time in Formula One with McLaren, becoming the third most successful driver in American open-wheel history and the most successful in the CART era with 42 race victories. Since retiring from the cockpit, he runs his own IndyCar team, which runs his son, Marco Andretti, as well as a team in the FIA Formula E Championship. Andretti is the son of Mario Andretti.

He won the 1982 Robert Bosch US Formula Super Vee Championship, and FIA Formula Mondial North American Cup the following season.

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1993 Ayrton Senna
Mika Häkkinen
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