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2011-08-10 07:00:00

INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Andretti Autosport, together with INDYCAR and Ortsbo, the world's leading real-time experiential language platform, will host three generations of the legendary Andretti racing family - Mario, Michael and Marco Andretti - as they chat with racing fans and media around the world in up to 53 languages during a live video streaming and interactive fan event fuelled by Ortsbo's Guinness World Record Holding platform, Live & Global...

2009-09-25 12:39:36

Danica Patrick has signed a three-year contract extension to stay with Andretti Green Racing in the IndyCar racing series, The Indianapolis Star reported. Season-long rumors had the 27-year-old Patrick, the first woman to win an IRL race at the 2008 Indy Japan 300 in Montegi, Japan, joining NASCAR next season. Neither Patrick nor Andretti Green Racing has commented on Friday's report, but at last week's Sprint Cup Sylvania 300 at Loudon, N.H., Tony Stewart attempted to quell reports, saying...

2009-04-19 19:59:21

Dario Franchitti won Sunday's IndyCar Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, leading 51 of the California auto race's 85 laps. The Target Chip Ganassi Racing driver and 2007 IndyCar champion was helped by the second of two key pit stops in his first victory since the Indy 300, the 2007 IRL season-finale at the Chicagoland Raceway in Joliet, Ill. After holding a 3-second lead, Franchitti pitted early on lap 53 for his second and final stop. Will Power, Tony Kanaan and Danica Patrick also came in...

2006-07-25 15:41:29

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Motor sports' best known female driver Danica Patrick ended speculation of joining the NASCAR circuit by opting to race for Andretti Green Racing starting next year, the Andretti team announced on Tuesday. Patrick, IndyCar series Rookie of the Year in 2005, had contemplated jumping to the popular NASCAR circuit but instead settled to change teams after her contract with Rahal Letterman runs out this season. "I'm proud to be joining Andretti Green Racing next...

2006-04-17 22:57:07

By Alastair Himmer TOKYO (Reuters) - Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon will not rule out a dream move to Formula One as early as next year -- but it would take an offer he could not refuse. Wheldon, the first British winner of the Indy 500 since Graham Hill in 1966, ended speculation about a switch to F1 after his contract with the Andretti Green Racing team expired by joining Ganassi Racing last November. But last season's Indy Racing League champion admits that Formula One...

2005-10-31 11:04:50

LONDON (Reuters) - Indy 500 winner and Indy Racing League champion Dan Wheldon could be heading for Formula One next year. Wheldon's contract with the Honda-powered Andretti Green Racing team expires on Tuesday and SpeedTV.com reported the Briton was set to become a Formula One test driver before landing a race seat in 2007. "I have not signed a deal with anybody," it quoted the 27-year-old as saying at the weekend. "My agent and I have had conversations with F1 teams, that's no...


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