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Michael Andretti, F1 driver

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American
5 October 1962 (61)
José Froilán González (5 October 1922)
Kevin Magnussen (5 October 1992)

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3rd (1993 Italian Grand Prix)
5th (1993 Brazilian Grand Prix)
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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
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The Andretti Cadillac bid was approved by the FIA last October, but then rejected in the second stage of the process by F1, which issued a statement explaining its position on 31 January.The content of that statement was subsequently challenged by both Andretti and its partner General Motors.However F1 did leave the door open for a works-backed entry in 2028, by which time Cadillac intends to have ...

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In the first official comment from the American automotive giant since a statement rejecting the bid was issued by F1 on January 31, GM’s vice president of performance and motorsport Jim Campbell said the project was still proceeding “at pace”.Speaking at Daytona on Friday, Campbell also reaffirmed that the team had requested a meeting with F1 after an IT glitch meant that an invitation sent ...

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The French manufacturer originally had a pre-contract with Andretti for a supply of power units when it first looked at making it onto the grid.However, that deal lapsed last year and there is currently no formal arrangement with Andretti while it ponders its next steps following FOM’s rejections of its plans last week.Read Also:


Formula 1Why Andretti doesn’t accept F1’s rejection ...

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Liberty Media and Formula 1 have done some great things for the championship since 2017, but last week they scored what some may see as an own goal.Exactly seven years and seven days after the official handover from former boss Bernie Ecclestone to new CEO Chase Carey, F1 issued a statement explaining why a future Andretti Cadillac entry would not be accepted.The fact that the answer was no was ...

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It makes little sense for the American outfit to abandon its project just in case it gets a reprieve ahead of 2028, and the scale of progress it has made so far on its F1 ambitions was made public recently.This was after it revealed images of its wind tunnel model, and they offered up some fascinating clues about the squad's overall approach.Undoubtedly the first comparison that will be drawn is ...

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Four months after approval of the entry by the FIA, the team's bid was rejected by F1 in a lengthy statement issued on Wednesday.The championship spelled out various reasons why it believed that the entry could not be accepted that went well beyond the commercial aspects that most observers expected F1 to cover.One of the key assertions was that F1 felt the team had bitten off more than it could ...

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FOM's statement on Wednesday afternoon was as detailed as it was blunt about what it felt were the Andretti Cadillac bid's shortcomings.It felt there was little chance Michael Andretti's team would reach an acceptable level, in which case it didn't see any added commercial value in having it on the grid, famous name or not.It also dismissed the idea of Andretti entering in 2025, therefore having ...

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But it stopped short of saying what the project's next step will be, other than indicating that its “work continues at pace.”With support from American automotive giant General Motors, Andretti was ready to enter the F1 world championship as early as 2025, initially using a Renault customer engine before switching to a Cadillac unit in 2028.The team’s bid was approved by the FIA on October ...

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However, in a lengthy statement detailing why FOM did not feel Andretti justified a spot on the grid over the next few years, it was made clear that there was scope for it to grab the 11th slot from 2028.Back in October, the FIA announced that, following an expression of interest request from prospective entrants, it was satisfied that Andretti’s technical capabilities were strong enough for it ...

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F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali long stood by his stance that any 11th team would have to prove it was accretive to the series as a whole to secure a spot – with the clear inference being that the American squad faced a tough ask to prove it.That F1 has finally ended three months of deliberation over its call on Andretti by rejecting its application (for now at least) is ultimately no ...

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Application to participate in the FIA Formula One World ChampionshipSummary and conclusions of commercial assessment processJanuary 2024Introduction1. On 22 March 2023, the FIA published an invitation (the Invitation) to apply to participate in the FIA Formula One World Championship (the Championship), to which four applicants responded, among them Andretti Formula Racing, LLC (the Applicant) ...

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The target remains a debut in 2025 with a customer Renault power unit, while it awaits a decision from FOM on its plans. The longer-term plan is to have a Cadillac V6 in the back of the car by 2028.With no official word from F1 on a potential entry, the team has still had to push ahead with its programme on the basis that it cannot afford to wait.The fact that it is already hard at work in the ...

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Andretti's bid was given the green light by the FIA on 2 October, but it has still not gone through the second stage of being approved by the F1 organisation and its CEO Stefano Domenicali.The team has been active in the Toyota wind tunnel in Cologne since October, and has now released the first image of its 2024-spec model, which will eventually transition into a full 2025 test programme should ...

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The FIA gave Andretti’s new project the official go-ahead in October, subject to the team agreeing commercial terms with the F1 organisation and its CEO Stefano Domenicali, which is still pending.Herta, who turns 24 in March, has won seven IndyCar races in his career – effectively all with Andretti Autosport, which supported Herta’s rookie year with Harding Steinbrenner Racing when he ...

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Andretti had a pre-contract agreement with Renault, but it lapsed in the summer as the process of gaining an entry dragged on for longer than either party had anticipated.The FIA gave the new project the official go-ahead in October, with a final decision then passed to the F1 organisation and its CEO Stefano Domenicali.Since then the situation has changed with General Motors revaling that it is ...

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"I think they need to do their own engine," Red Bull boss Christian Horner mused on the subject of Andretti's pending Formula 1 entry when considering what the American outfit needed to do to get its foot in the FOM door. Wish granted, it seems.GM had already partnered with Andretti in name for its prospective F1 entry, opting for the Andretti Cadillac moniker to underline its American-ness as the ...

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The American manufacturer has announced a partnership with Andretti that it hopes can help it enter grand prix racing from 2025 at the earliest.However, despite the plans being given the green light on technical grounds by the FIA, Andretti's hopes of securing a spot in F1 are dependent on it agreeing commercial terms with FOM.Such an outcome hangs in the balance with grand prix racing chiefs ...

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The American is hoping to get his Andretti F1 team onto the grid in 2025 at the earliest, having been given approval for an entry by the FIA.However, to be granted a place in F1, Andretti needs to agree commercial terms with FOM – something that is far from guaranteed as the series' chiefs are lukewarm about having an extra team on the grid.With F1's current competitors clearly against having ...

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What does the Andretti news mean for Formula 1?After a seven-month process of due diligence, Andretti Cadillac has been given the green light by the FIA to enter Formula 1. That makes Andretti the only one of the seven entities to throw its hat into the ring to have been accepted by F1's governing body. Following a careful examination of its bid, the FIA is satisfied that the American team has the ...

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On one side of the debate is the FIA, which is pushing hard to expand the grid beyond the current 10 teams as it sees nothing but positives from the arrival of the Andretti-Cadillac operation.Opposing that push, however, are the teams, who think that an 11th squad will bring no tangible benefit.Furthermore, they fear that sharing the prize pool with another team risks bringing financial ...

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Despite uncertainty over whether Andretti Cadillac will be allowed to join the championship as an 11th team or not, the American powerhouse team has pressed ahead with its plans and has built up a car to this year's specifications.Andretti says the car will be in Toyota's Cologne wind tunnel next week as he continues to build up his team with a view to being on the grid in the 2025 season at the ...

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Kirkwood is coming off his second season in North America's premier open-wheel championship, and first with Andretti in which he captured two victories, including the first of his career in the Grand Prix of Long Beach in April.When the 25-year-old captured the Indy NXT championship in 2021, he became the first driver to ever claim titles in all three categories – USF 2000, USF Pro 2000, Indy ...

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Despite Andretti Formula having been given the seal of approval by the FIA to join the Formula 1 grid, its entrance to the series is still far from guaranteed. The key factor now is that it must agree commercial terms with FOM before it will officially be granted a slot. This demand for there to be a commercial deal in place forms part of the two documents (one regulatory/governance, the other ...

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Andretti has been given approval by the FIA to join the F1 grid from 2025 at the earliest, subject to it agreeing a commercial deal with FOM - which is far from guaranteed.Andretti plans to bring the Cadillac name into F1 with it, but the timeframe makes it unlikely that it will have its own power unit ready for several years. It means the American squad would need a customer deal in place for any ...

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Andretti has been putting in place plans to enter F1 for a while now and, as part of an original push, it had an agreement with Alpine for a partnership for power units as well as possible customer car parts.It was widely understood that this deal would act as a holding pattern for Andretti while it worked together with GM and its Cadillac brand to help develop its own power unit in the longer ...

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