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Antonio Felix da Costa: 'frustrating' Marrakesh ePrix 'hard to swallow'

Antonio Felix da Costa was forced to change cars early, and his only hope of points with the fastest lap of the race were scuppered at the last by Loic Duval… 169 more words

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Robin Frijns: 'It's a shame we didn't score any points' at Marrakesh ePrix

After an impressive qualifying saw him start ninth on the grid, his race strategy didn’t work out and he languished outside the points in 11th… 243 more words

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Takuma Sato Signs with Andretti Autosport for 2017 Season

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Takuma Sato, 39, has signed with Andretti Autosport to drive the #26 Honda-powered car that has been driven by Carlos Munoz for the past three seasons, as Munoz could not come up with the funds needed to secure a ride with the team, and will likely drive for AJ Foyt Enterprises, Sato’s prior team, in Sato’s #14 car, which will be powered by Chevrolet next season instead of Honda like it has been. 321 more words

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Curren$y x Andretti 10/30 [Full Mixtape]

After dropping a fire a** mixtape last month, Spitta is back with ANOTHER project entitled Andretti 10/30. The mixtape is yet another reason why Curren$y should be considered top 3 mixtape rap kings (Wayne, Gucci, Curren$y). 39 more words

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Hong Kong ePrix: Frijns is 'buying the beers' after mammoth effort by team

Robin Frijns has praised his team for their Herculean effort after a mistake in qualifying saw him hit the barriers and cause severe damage to his car. 318 more words

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Rossi Re-Signs with Andretti Autosport

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Alexander Rossi, the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series Rookie of the Year award winner, has signed a multi-year deal with Andretti Autosport, a team owned by Michael Andretti, after a rookie season in which he finished in 11th place in the IndyCar championship standings and won the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500. 231 more words

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Andretti, Herta Extend IndyCar Team Partnership

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After joining forces with Andretti Autosport, a team owned by Michael Andretti, in the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series season, Bryan Herta Autosport will continue to be a part of Andretti Autosport through at least the 2017 season, as the two teams have extended their partnership with one another. 170 more words

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