Dario Franchitti reminisces on first INDYCAR win 20 years ago

In a career that spanned 16 seasons between CART (then Champ Car) and the Indy Racing League (now INDYCAR), Dario Franchitti is unmistakably one of the greats in American open-wheel racing’s history. The Scotland native notched 31 victories between the two series on his way to four IndyCar Series championships and three wins at the … Continue reading Dario Franchitti reminisces on first INDYCAR win 20 years ago

Andretti Autosport spotter Mike Maurini a man of many talents

Making a living in auto racing isn’t the easiest of tasks, and one has to be a bit creative in finding unique ways to prove worth.  For motorsports professional Mike Maurini, its all about following dreams and exerting the effort in a desire to succeed. Maurini is currently a spotter in the Verizon IndyCar Series … Continue reading Andretti Autosport spotter Mike Maurini a man of many talents

Andretti Autosport flexes muscle in Saturday Detroit GP race

On the heels of a strong month of May where Andretti Autosport saw each of its six cars finish the Indianapolis 500 for the first time, the Honda-powered squad was back in action on Saturday with another impressive showing. While Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon picked up his 42nd career IndyCar win (ironically moving into … Continue reading Andretti Autosport flexes muscle in Saturday Detroit GP race

Michael Andretti and Takuma Sato receive “Baby Borg” trophies in Detroit

This week’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit has been highlighted by some fun events that shift focus towards the Verizon IndyCar Series upcoming season. Wednesday night, there was a brief amount of time spent in Detroit to celebrate an annual offseason highlight. Defending Indianapolis 500-winning driver Takuma Sato and winning car owner Michael … Continue reading Michael Andretti and Takuma Sato receive “Baby Borg” trophies in Detroit