Let the haters hate, Andretti’s focus is unshakable

Like you needed more proof that this current Verizon IndyCar Series field of talent is stacked - we have yet another pole winner for the Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear. Marco Andretti, piloting the No. 26 AutoNation Andretti Autosport Honda, ran in Group 2 this morning, battling his teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay and rookie Robert... Continue Reading →

Andretti has blinders on, focused solely on a ‘500’ victory

Getting a clear understanding of the 2018 universal aerokits has been a challenge for the field, particularly with the superspeedway configuration. The one thing that seems to be apparent after two days of practice on the 2.5-mile oval of Indianapolis Motor Speedway though, is that the maneuverability and flat out speed of these cars in... Continue Reading →

Andretti Autosport sets standard, investing in drivers to create careers

Andretti Autosport switched things up quite a bit since last season - with reigning Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato exiting the team for a ride at RLL Racing, and Zach Veach taking over responsibilities of the No. 26 Honda. Veach, who got his first Indy car racing experience last year, did so with multiple teams.... Continue Reading →

Could Mid-Ohio be Proving Grounds for Andretti Autosport?

Alexander Rossi could be on the verge of a breakthrough in the Verizon IndyCar Series. Two weeks ago, he achieved his best finish since his victory at the Indianapolis 500 in 2016, with a P2 on the Streets of Toronto. The driver of the No. 98 Andretti Autosport Honda had it dialed in this morning... Continue Reading →

Defending Race Winner and Hometown Hero Fight to Lead First Practice at Mid-Ohio

Simon Pagenaud is back in the easily-identifiable Menard’s yellow livery this weekend at Mid-Ohio. It’s a different look than last year’s car, when he ran the PPG colors (on the No. 2 of Josef Newgarden this weekend) and won the Honda Indy 200 for the first time in his career. What is familiar however, is... Continue Reading →

Alonso’s First Day in Traffic, Andretti Tops Speed Chart

The first day of Indianapolis 500 practice yielded quick lap times, and 11 caution periods. Only one of those caution flags was waved due to an on-track incident. Around 4:00 p.m., Jack Harvey made contact with the SAFER Barrier in Turn 2 as he was exiting pit lane on to the track. The car spun... Continue Reading →

Andretti Outruns Team Penske in Second Practice at Barber

The Andretti Autosport family is no stranger to victory at Barber Motorsports Park - they won two years in a row with the No. 28 of Ryan Hunter-Reay, who grabbed the first of those wins from the pole position in 2013. Now, Hunter-Reay’s teammate, Marco Andretti is looking to cash in on all the progress... Continue Reading →

Andretti Continues to Push Toward Front of Field

LONG BEACH, California --- I know what I said at the end of my morning piece - that I’d bet on Penske for the pole position this weekend. But man oh man, I have to tell you that Andretti Autosport is making me rethink my strategy. Funny enough, Marco Andretti was quickest of his teammates... Continue Reading →

Honda Shows Muscle in First IndyCar Practice of 2017

  Eight out of ten. That’s how team Honda finished the first practice session at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg this morning. Marco Andretti (No. 27, Andretti Autosport) led the IndyCar field with a best lap time of 1:03.7559, ahead of Tony Kanaan (No. 10, Chip Ganassi Racing Teams) and Scott Dixon (No.... Continue Reading →

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