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5 October 1962 (59)
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1993 South African Grand Prix
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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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American racing marque Andretti is currently pushing to join the F1 grid in 2024. But its plans have received a lukewarm response from the rest of the field thus far amid concerns over prize money dilution.
Only McLaren and Alpine have appeared to support the push by Michael Andretti to establish an 11th F1 team, having seen his bid to take over Sauber - which operates the Alfa Romeo team - ...

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Andretti is currently pushing to establish an F1 operation that would join the grid from 2024 as an 11th team after seeing his bid to acquire Sauber, which operates the Alfa Romeo squad, fall apart late last year.
Although the FIA is yet to open up the official process for new teams to join F1, Andretti - the son of 1978 world champion Mario Andretti - was in Miami to try and gain support for ...

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Record TV figures, a sell-out crowd and an influx of star power helped make it one of F1’s biggest events to date, further laying the foundations for the expansion to three American races next year once Las Vegas joins the calendar.
But for Michael Andretti, more needs to be done to grow American interest in F1 by getting a team and a driver on the grid. Since his father, 1978 world ...

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Andretti revealed back in February that he was working on establishing a new F1 operation to join the grid in the near future after a bid to acquire the Sauber-run Alfa Romeo team last year fell through at the 11th hour.
Andretti Autosport currently has involvement in IndyCar, Indy Lights, Formula E and Supercars, and the F1 operation - Andretti Global - would field current IndyCar driver ...

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The American has lodged a request with the FIA to join the F1 grid from 2024, and is hoping to get an answer by next month so he can start ramping up preparations.
But while some current F1 teams believe Andretti's presence in grand prix racing would be hugely positive, others are more sceptical.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff and Red Bull chief Christian Horner have both made it clear that ...

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The American’s Andretti Global operation has applied to enter F1, and needs to get a green light soon if it is going to have enough time to get things up and running.
Although there is no formal timeline for new entry deadlines in to F1, Andretti is clear he cannot wait much longer for the FIA to make a decision.
Speaking exclusively to Motorsport.com about the situation, Andretti said ...

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Andretti has opened talks with the FIA about joining F1 from 2024, having failed in its efforts last year to take over the Alfa Romeo outfit.
But while Andretti's plans have generated huge interest, not all teams are convinced that the American squad should be given an automatic slot.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff and Red Bull chief Christian Horner both made it clear this week that Andretti ...

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Andretti recently announced that it is in talks with the FIA about fielding an entry for 2024, having failed in its attempt to buy Sauber/Alfa Romeo last year.
Under the latest Concorde Agreement, any new team has to pay a $200m entry fee, designed as an "anti-dilution" measure to compensate the existing teams for their potential loss of income.
While Wolff acknowledged the potential value ...

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The 1978 F1 World Champion and four-time Indy car champion broke the news on his Twitter feed on Friday.
He wrote: "Michael has applied to the FIA to field a new F1 team starting in 2024. 
“His entry, Andretti Global, has the resources and checks every box. He is awaiting the FIA's determination."
Michael Andretti confirmed to Motorsport.com that what his father had tweeted was ...

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The tally of seven constructors’ and six drivers’ titles doesn’t reveal the innovation that Colin Chapman’s team brought to the sport.
Many great drivers raced Lotus machinery between its F1 arrival in 1958 and Team Lotus folding in 1994. That made producing this list tricky, but here’s our pick of the top 10 Lotus F1 drivers.
We’ve considered the amount of success the drivers ...

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American motorsport marque Andretti was in talks with the owners of Sauber - which operates the Alfa Romeo-branded F1 team - over a possible takeover in the autumn of last year.
Andretti already enjoys a presence in IndyCar, Formula E, Supercars and Extreme E, and was looking to extend its reach to F1 by purchasing a majority stake in the Sauber Group.
Michael Andretti planned to field ...

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Speaking at the announcement that Devlin DeFrancesco will complete the team's four-entry IndyCar line-up for 2022, the Andretti Autosport CEO said: "I'd just like to put an end to some of these rumors that the deal fell through because of financial reasons. That couldn't be further from the truth. It had nothing to do with that.
"It basically came down to control issues in the final hours of ...

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Bottas will leave Mercedes after the manufacturer decided to replace him as Lewis Hamilton’s team-mate with George Russell and will join Alfa for next season after being selected by team boss Fred Vasseur as “the leader of the team”.
The move will extend the Finn's nine-year F1 career so far, but before long his new team could have a new owner.
PRIME: Why Alfa Romeo has picked ...

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Haas became the first American team to compete in F1 since 1986 when it joined the grid in 2016 after NASCAR team co-owner Gene Haas established a new start-up squad.
But Haas could be joined by another American racing marque in the near future as Andretti Autosport closes on a majority stake in Sauber, which runs the Alfa Romeo F1 team. 
Andretti has been interested in F1 involvement ...

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Speaking exclusively to Motorsport.com, 1978 F1 World Champion Andretti – whose family team ran Californian Herta to his fourth career IndyCar Series victory at St Petersburg on Sunday – says the news that a second grand prix in Miami will join Austin's United States GP on the 2022 F1 schedule is the perfect time for Herta to make the switch.

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The death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers on May 25 was recorded and transmitted around the world, and coming just eight weeks after Breonna Taylor was shot and killed by police in Louisville, KY, outraged citizens in every continent took to the streets in protest, many behind the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
Six-time and reigning F1 champion Hamilton, the only Black ...

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After hosting Formula 1 world championship rounds in 1952, 1953 and 1955, Zandvoort became a permanent fixture on the F1 calendar in 1958, only missing on the 1972 schedule as the drivers demanded improvements being made to the track to increase the safety.
But with the financial situation of the circuit becoming worse and worse in the early eighties and with the sport becoming less and less ...

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