Can it really be 50 years since Mario Andretti arrived at Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s Victory Lane to get a smooch from car owner Andy Granatelli, after winning his one and only Indianapolis 500?
On Sunday morning before the 85-lap INDYCAR race, a number of celebrities had the chance to ride with Andretti around the Long Beach 1.968-mile, 11-corner street circuit. The final ride went to an older gent named Terry “Piggy” Malone.
This weekend, the Verizon IndyCar Series travels to the Valley of the Sun for two reasons.
We went Behind The Wheel with motorsports legend Mario Andretti to learn about his racing history.
These ten great racing finishes demonstrate drivers taking commitment to the win to a whole other level!
We found some of our favorite automotive personalities hanging out at SEMA.
The Andretti Curse kicked off with one historic day in 1969.
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