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IndyCar round up - 9 January 2015

In the spotlight this week was Andretti Autosport and the likelihood of expanding their line-up and the drivers that might be in contention for rides. 490 more words

Motor Racing

IndyCar needs 'electric' performance by Marco

As Marco Andretti gears up for his Formula E debut this weekend in Argentina, a strong performance will be important to the Verizon IndyCar series’ continued resurgence. 549 more words

Motor Racing

Andretti to make Formula E debut in Buenos Aires

Andretti Autosport has confirmed that IndyCar star Marco Andretti will join the team for next weekend’s FIA Formula E race in Buenos Aires.  

The 27-year-old American will line-up alongside former F1 driver Jean-Eric Vergne, who will make his second start in the world’s first all-electric motor racing series, following an impressive debut in Uruguay last month.  94 more words

Formula E

A Day in the Life: Working at Andretti

8 December 2014—Once I realized that I would no longer be able to race myself, I knew that I still needed to be a part of the racing community. 1,360 more words

Andretti encouraged by Haas F1 project, has doubts about Vegas race

American racing legend Mario Andretti feels that Gene Haas’ proposed entry to Formula 1 will do a great deal of good for raising the sport’s profile in the United States, but has doubts about a second temporary race in Las Vegas or New Jersey. 458 more words

Top Posts

10 talking points from the inaugural Formula E race

Recently, in the streets of Beijing, Formula E held its inaugural race, won by Lucas di Grassi in a spectacular race, which featured a dramatic crash between the two leaders, Nicholas Prost and Nick Heidfeld. 1,102 more words


Alfa Romeo

Team History

Alfa Romeo’s involvement with motor racing goes back almost as long as motor racing itself, and the team had won every race in the inaugural 1950 season, but had withdrawn after the 1951 season, when their 15-year-old car design was shown up by Ferrari and the factory declined to spend money designing a new one. 667 more words