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Marco Andretti

Marco Andretti
Marco Andretti 2019.png
Andretti at the Firestone Grand Prix in 2019
NationalityUnited States American
BornMarco Michael Andretti
(1987-03-13) March 13, 1987 (age 35)[1]
Nazareth, Pennsylvania, U.S.
IndyCar Series career
250 races run over 17 years
Team(s)No. 98 (Andretti Herta Autosport)
2022 position33rd
Best finish5th (2013)
First race2006 Toyota Indy 300 (Homestead)
Last race2022 Indianapolis 500 (Indianapolis)
First win2006 Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma (Sonoma)
Last win2011 Iowa Corn Indy 250 (Iowa)
Wins Podiums Poles
2 20 6
Related toMario Andretti (grandfather)
Michael Andretti (father)
John Andretti (cousin)
Aldo Andretti (grand uncle)
Adam Andretti (cousin)
Jeff Andretti (uncle)
Previous series
2014-15
2012
2008-09
2008
2005
2005
Championship titles
2022Camping World SRX Series Champion
Awards
2006
2006
Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the Year
IndyCar Series Rookie of the Year

Marco Michael Andretti (born March 13, 1987) is an American auto racing driver who drives the No. 98 car for Andretti Herta Autosport part-time in the IndyCar Series. He is the third generation of the famous Andretti racing family. He is the 2022 SRX Series champion.

Early career

Andretti making his Indy Pro Series debut in 2005 on the Streets of St. Petersburg; he won the race.

Marco was born to Sandra Spinozzi and eventual IndyCar champion Michael Andretti. Marco's paternal grandfather is Italian American Mario Andretti, a highly successful racing driver, who raced professionally for four decades and had success in the United States and all over the globe in various categories of racing, including winning the Formula One Drivers' Championship in 1978. Other Andretti family members also have had success in various categories of racing.

Andretti won eight races in the 2003 Barber Formula Dodge Eastern Championship, and was champion in the Barber National and Southern class the following year.[2]

Still barely out of high school, he raced in the Star Mazda series in 2005 and also made six starts in the Indy Pro Series.[2] He won three times - at St. Petersburg, the Liberty Challenge, and Sonoma - and finished 10th in points despite only starting half the races.

Motorsports journalist Gordon Kirby suggested at the Champ Car finale in Mexico City that the youngest Andretti would be replacing Dan Wheldon in his No. 26 Jim Beam Dallara-Honda for 2006 with Michael Andretti coming out of retirement to run a fifth car for his Andretti Green Racing team at the Indianapolis 500. Though a novel proposition to some, it was later confirmed in a December 15 press conference that he would move up to the Indy Racing League full-time as the youngest driver in series history and would trade sponsors - the New York Stock Exchange and Motorola - with Dario Franchitti as Andretti was not old enough to run an alcohol-sponsored car.

IndyCar Series

2006

In his rookie start on March 26, 2006, at Homestead-Miami Speedway in the No. 26 New York Stock Exchange Dallara Honda, Andretti started 13th but broke a halfshaft in his first pitstop, eliminating him from the race.

With his Rookie of the Year performance in May at the Indianapolis 500, he became the third Andretti to finish in the top five in his first Indianapolis 500 appearance, after father Michael (5th in 1984 Indianapolis 500) and grandfather Mario, who finished third in 1965. Andretti finished second to Sam Hornish Jr. in the second-closest finish in Indianapolis 500 history at a margin of 0.0635 seconds.

On August 27, 2006, Andretti became the youngest winner - at the age of 19 years, 167 days - of a major open-wheel racing event (later to be replaced by Graham Rahal) as he scored his first career Indy Racing League victory at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California. He held the record until April 2008, when Graham Rahal won the 2008 Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg aged 74 days younger.[3] Andretti's win established him as the 2006 Bombardier Rookie of the Year.

2007

Marco (left) practicing with Michael Andretti at the 2007 Indianapolis 500

The 2007 season was not as successful for Andretti. He failed to finish ten times and only completed 7 races. The team struggled to find balance on 1.5-mile (2.4 km) ovals, with accidents eliminating him from the races in Japan, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, and Chicago, as well as the Mid Ohio road course. After finishing second at Michigan, Andretti finished eleventh place overall with 350 points.

2008

Andretti ran his first night race at Homestead-Miami Speedway, the first race of the 2008 season, with a 2nd-place finish behind Scott Dixon. He also led the most laps of the race - leading 85 - and received an additional three points. At St. Petersburg, Andretti snapped a half-shaft on his car trying to leave the pits, causing him to retire. In the third race of the season at Motegi, Japan, Andretti spun out on the first lap of the race. At the 2008 Indianapolis 500, Andretti finished third, after leading several laps.[4] During the race, he passed teammate, Tony Kanaan, who then crashed into the wall, blaming Andretti.

Andretti at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in May 2009

A week later he captured his first IndyCar Series pole at the Milwaukee Mile and became the youngest IndyCar pole winner at the time - at the age of 21 years, 79 days[5] - but crashed out with 3 laps to go in the race. His car slipped up the track, collecting Ed Carpenter, which in turn caused Vítor Meira to go airborne as he drove over Andretti's tire. The eventual winner, Ryan Briscoe just missed the wreckage, as Andretti finished 21st. At Texas Motor Speedway, Andretti had one of the best cars and was able to drive the high line all night, but Ryan Hunter-Reay and Andretti made contact with just a few laps to go.

Andretti finished third at Iowa, and then ran a strong race at Richmond but lost position when he pitted under green and a subsequent caution allowed the race leaders to pit under yellow; he finished ninth. Andretti finished fifth at Watkins Glen, before mechanical failure caused his car to crash out at Nashville. He also raced earlier the same day in the American Le Mans Series race at Lime Rock Park. At Mid-Ohio, Andretti got caught up in a four-car wreck on a restart on lap 42 which ended his race, before a 17th-place finish at Edmonton after contact with his teammate Danica Patrick. At Kentucky, Andretti took the lead from Scott Dixon, but as the race neared its end, all drivers had to pit for more fuel and Dixon took the win, while Andretti finished third. Andretti failed to finish higher than eighth in the final three races, as he finished seventh in points.

2009

Andretti in 2010

The 2009 season began on two street circuits, allowing Andretti to show the benefits of his A1 Grand Prix experience. At St. Petersburg he tangled late in the race with veteran Alex Tagliani, finishing 13th, but overcame a 19th place start in Long Beach to finish 6th due to a different pitting sequence. This was Andretti's first time at Long Beach, a circuit at which both his father and grandfather won multiple times. After a 6th-place finish at Kansas. Andretti looked to Indianapolis, where he had been 2nd and 3rd in two of his three starts. Starting 8th, Andretti attempted to pass KV Racing Technology's Mario Moraes on the outside of the South chute between Turns 1 and 2. Moraes moved towards the wall, apparently unaware that Andretti was outside of him, and both cars collected the wall. Both Andretti and Moraes expressed their displeasure with each other in their on-air interviews. Andretti called the second-year driver "clueless" and said that "he doesn't get it and never will. I should have known who I was racing with."[6]

The remainder of the year did not yield much success, as Andretti's best finish of the year was 4th at Texas. He continued his improved form on the road and street courses, finishing 5th at Watkins Glen, 8th in his first race in Toronto - where his father won a record seven times - and 6th at Mid-Ohio before finishing 8th in the final standings.

2011-2012

In 2011, Andretti placed 9th at Indianapolis after starting 27th. On June 25, 2011, Andretti won his second IndyCar Series race at Iowa Speedway. It was his first win in 79 races since his win at Sonoma Raceway in 2006.

The 2012 season was a struggle for Andretti. He started the year with 14th place at St. Petersburg, 11th at Alabama, 25th at Long Beach, and 14th at São Paulo. He led the most laps (59) at Indianapolis but hit the Turn 1 wall on Lap 188. Andretti continued the season with 11th at Detroit, 17th at Texas, 15th at Milwaukee, and a best finish of the season at Iowa, where he finished 2nd. Following his runner-up at Iowa, he had 16th at Toronto, 14th at Edmonton, 8th at Mid-Ohio, and 25th place at Sonoma. At Baltimore, Andretti made another finish in the back of the field, finishing 14th. Just as the season was about to end, he achieved the second pole position of his career at Fontana, finishing the race 8th. Andretti finished 16th on the point standings.

2013

Andretti after practice at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2015

Andretti started the 2013 season with a third-place finish at St. Petersburg. This was followed by 2 seventh-place finishes at Barber and Long Beach, matching his top-ten tally from the 2012 season.[7] In the fourth race of the season at São Paulo, Andretti finished third and was able to move to second in the championship thirteen points behind Takuma Sato. He also led his first seven laps of the season.[8] At the Indy 500, Andretti qualified 3rd and was consistently in the top 5 throughout the race. He led 31 laps and finished 4th after two late yellow flags that prevented him from moving forward in the field. After the race, Andretti said he was "frustrated" with the finish because he had not been below fourth all race. However, after the 500 he took the points lead by 11 points over Takuma Sato.[9]

He continued his season with the first doubleheader at Detroit, finishing 20th in the first race - his lowest finish of the season - and 6th in the second race, marking improvement between the two. At Texas, he performed relatively well, staying within the top 10 for most of the race, and later finishing 5th. He claimed his third pole position at Milwaukee, but despite his success in qualifying, his engine blew after the first pit stop, leaving him with a 20th-place finish, before he finished ninth at Iowa. At Pocono, where his grandfather and father had once raced, he was at the top of his game, setting the track record for the fastest lap, and gaining a 4th career pole. Despite leading early in the race, he faded to a 10th-place finish in the end. At the Toronto doubleheader, he qualified and finished in the top 10, staying consistently well during the race. He finished fourth in race one, and finished ninth in the other race at Toronto, without any other events altering his finish. At Mid-Ohio, he finished 9th, without having many eventful occurrences throughout the race. He finished the season fifth in points.

2014-2017

In 2015, Andretti drove in the Buenos Aires ePrix for Andretti Autosport, he finished 12th.

2018

Andretti at Texas in 2019

On December 7, 2017, Andretti Autosport announced plans for Andretti to swap car numbers with teammate Alexander Rossi for the 2018 season. Rossi will move to the No. 27 team while Andretti takes over Rossi's No. 98.[10]

2020

Following disappointing 2018 and 2019 seasons in which he failed to secure any podium finishes, Andretti qualified for the pole position at the 2020 Indianapolis 500, posting an average speed of 231.068MPH--the first time an Andretti had sat on the pole for the Indy 500 since his grandfather Mario in 1987. The high point in his season proved short-lived, however, as he quickly faded after the race's start and ended up finishing 13th. Andretti would finish no higher than 10th during the pandemic-shortened 2020 season.

2021

In January 2021, Andretti announced that he will "step away" from full-time IndyCar racing, though he will continue to work with the Andretti Autosport team in a testing and development role. He placed 19th in the 2021 Indianapolis 500.[11][12]

Sponsorship

In February 2018 U.S. Concrete announced that they will be sponsoring Marco Andretti in six of the upcoming races including the Indianapolis 500 and the GP of Long Beach[13] other sponsors include Verizon and PennGrade Motor Oil.[14]

Formula One

Honda Racing F1 tests

Honda Racing F1 announced in December 2006 that Andretti would be presented with an opportunity to test their Formula One car,[15] and on December 15, Andretti drove their Formula One car at Jerez in Spain.[16] Honda sporting director Gil de Ferran commented that he had done a good job.[17] Andretti said that he had greatly enjoyed the test but also told reporters that he wishes to enter Formula One only after he has won the Indianapolis 500.[18]

On February 7-8, 2007 Andretti participated in a second Honda Racing F1 test for two days in Jerez, Spain. As in the previous test, Andretti drove the team's 2006 Formula One car. His (unofficial) fastest lap of the day on February 7 was less than 1.5 seconds slower than Honda team driver Jenson Button's fastest time.[19] His (unofficial) fastest time on February 8, in changeable conditions, was less than one second slower than that of the 2005 and 2006 Formula One World Drivers' Champion Fernando Alonso's fastest lap, although several seconds slower than Honda driver Rubens Barrichello.[20]

American Le Mans Series

12 Hours of Sebring

Andretti drove in the ALMS Sebring 12-hour endurance race for the Andretti Green Racing XM Satellite Radio car in March 2008. He was able to put in times in the 1-minute 48-second range that neither of his co-drivers was able to match. Although the car was retired early from the race, it was in the position for a podium finish.

On July 12, 2008, Andretti raced in the American LeMans race at Lime Rock Park, Conn in the AGR XM Acura. Later that same day, he raced in the IndyCar Series race in Nashville.

Andretti, Franck Montagny, and Tony Kanaan raced at the Petit Le Mans on October 4, 2008. A late-race incident retired the #26 XM Radio Acura early, with a seventh-place finish in LMP2 and 16th overall.

GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series

Andretti made his Rolex Sports Car Series debut in the 2012 24 Hours of Daytona, driving the No. 2 Starworks Motorsport Riley-Ford with Ryan Hunter-Reay, Michael Valiante, Scott Mayer and Miguel Potolicchio, finishing 10th overall.[21]

SRX Racing

After stepping away from full-time IndyCar racing, Andretti joined Tony Stewart and Ray Evernham's new Superstar Racing Experience where he would run the full six-race season in the #98 stock car. Andretti would perform exceptionally well in the series, with him winning the race in Slinger Speedway late in the season. It was his first victory in any form of motorsports since his final IndyCar win in 2011.[22]

Andretti won the 2022 SRX Series championship, besting Ryan Newman by two points. The championship victory came despite not winning a race during the course of the year.[23]

A1 Grand Prix

2008-09 season

On November 3, 2008, Andretti was confirmed to be racing for A1 Team USA at the second round of the 2008-09 A1 Grand Prix season.[24][25] Andretti was given the opportunity to race after Andretti Green Racing was revealed to be taking over the management of A1 Team USA starting with the 2008-09 season, and his father Michael Andretti became seat holder.[26]

Formula E

Andretti competed for Andretti Autosport in the fourth round of the 2014-15 Formula E season in Buenos Aires,[27] replacing Matthew Brabham. For the fifth round in Miami Andretti was replaced by Scott Speed.[28]

Racing record

American open-wheel racing results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position)

Skip Barber National Championship

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Rank Points
2004 Skip Barber SEB
7
SEB
3
VIR
3
VIR
2
ROA
2
ROA
1
HAL
3
HAL
2
MOS
5
MOS
7
MTT
5
MTT
2
ROA
2
ROA
8
1st 191

Star Mazda

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Rank Points
2004 G&W Motorsports SEB MDO LRP
26
SNM POR MOS ROA ATL PHX LAG NC 0
2005 MJ Motorsports SEB
19
ATL
6
MDO
4
MTL
5
PPIR
8
SNM
2
SNM
6
POR
19
ROA
24
MOS
6
ATL
9
LAG
DSQ
5th 288

Indy Lights

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Rank Points
2005 Andretti Green Racing HMS PHX STP
1
INDY
16
TXS IMS
1
NSH MIL KTY
3
PPIR SNM
1
CHI WGL
2
FON 10th 250

IndyCar Series

(key)

Year Team Chassis No. Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Rank Pts
2006 Andretti Green Racing Dallara IR-05 26 Honda HMS
15
STP
15
MOT
12
INDY
2
WGL
16
TXS
14
RIR
4
KAN
9
NSH
8
MIL
5
MIS
8
KTY
17
SNM
1
CHI
18
7th 325
2007 HMS
20
STP
4
MOT
16
KAN
19
INDY
24
MIL
15
TXS
19
IOW
2
RIR
12
WGL
5
NSH
5
MDO
18
MIS
2
KTY
4
SNM
16
DET
17
CHI
22
11th 350
2008 HMS
2
STP
25
MOT1
18
LBH1 KAN
5
INDY
3
MIL
21
TXS
19
IOW
3
RIR
9
WGL
5
NSH
24
MDO
25
EDM
17
KTY
3
SNM
14
DET
18
CHI
8
SRF2
13
7th 363
2009 STP
13
LBH
6
KAN
6
INDY
30
MIL
7
TXS
4
IOW
12
RIR
7
WGL
5
TOR
8
EDM
10
KTY
10
MDO
6
SNM
14
CHI
11
MOT
7
HMS
22
8th 380
2010 Andretti Autosport SAO
23
STP
12
ALA
5
LBH
14
KAN
13
INDY
3
TXS
3
IOW
15
WGL
13
TOR
8
EDM
11
MDO
9
SNM
12
CHI
3
KTY
6
MOT
11
HMS
7
8th 392
2011 STP
24
ALA
4
LBH
26
SAO
14
INDY
9
TXS
13
TXS
6
MIL
13
IOW
1
TOR
4
EDM
14
MDO
7
NHM
24
SNM
24
BAL
25
MOT
3
KTY
27
LVS3
C
8th 337
2012 Dallara DW12 Chevrolet STP
14
ALA
11
LBH
25
SAO
14
INDY
24
DET
11
TXS
17
MIL
15
IOW
2
TOR
16
EDM
14
MDO
8
SNM
25
BAL
14
FON
8
16th 278
2013 25 STP
3
ALA
7
LBH
7
SAO
3
INDY
4
DET
20
DET
6
TXS
5
MIL
20
IOW
9
POC
10
TOR
4
TOR
9
MDO
9
SNM
4
BAL
10
HOU
13
HOU
20
FON
7
5th 484
2014 Honda STP
22
LBH
8
ALA
2
IMS
14
INDY
3
DET
10
DET
16
TXS
22
HOU
8
HOU
9
POC
9
IOW
18
TOR
16
TOR
8
MDO
22
MIL
13
SNM
8
FON
11
9th 463
2015 27 STP
10
NLA
13
LBH
8
ALA
10
IMS
16
INDY
6
DET
2
DET
5
TXS
5
TOR
13
FON
3
MIL
8
IOW
7
MDO
10
POC
18
SNM
11
9th 429
2016 STP
15
PHX
13
LBH
19
ALA
12
IMS
15
INDY
13
DET
16
DET
9
RDA
12
IOW
14
TOR
10
MDO
13
POC
12
TXS
12
WGL
12
SNM
8
16th 339
2017 STP
7
LBH
20
ALA
21
PHX
18
IMS
16
INDY
8
DET
12
DET
13
TXS
6
ROA
18
IOW
17
TOR
4
MDO
12
POC
11
GTW
14
WGL
16
SNM
7
12th 388
2018 Andretti Herta Autosport w/
Curb Agajanian
98 STP
9
PHX
12
LBH
6
ALA
10
IMS
13
INDY
12
DET
4
DET
9
TXS
14
ROA
11
IOW
16
TOR
10
MDO
11
POC
7
GTW
14
POR
25
SNM
5
9th 392
2019 Andretti Herta Autosport w/ Marco Andretti & Curb Agajanian STP
13
COA
6
ALA
14
LBH
13
IMS
13
INDY
26
DET
16
DET
6
TXS
10
RDA
23
TOR
10
IOW
21
MDO
15
POC
15
GTW
10
POR
13
LAG
14
16th 303
2020 TXS
14
IMS
22
ROA
22
ROA
19
IOW
22
IOW
10
INDY
13
GTW
23
GTW
15
MDO
23
MDO
20
IMS
25
IMS
22
STP
20
20th 176
2021 Andretti Herta-Haupert Autosport w/ Marco Andretti & Curb-Agajanian ALA
STP
TXS
TXS
IMS
INDY
19
DET
DET
ROA
MDO
NSH
IMS
GTW
POR
LAG
LBH
35th 22
2022 Andretti Herta Autosport w/ Marco Andretti and Curb-Agajanian STP TXS LBH ALA IMS
INDY
22
DET
ROA
MDO
TOR
IOW
IOW
IMS
NSH
GTW
POR
LAG
33rd 17

* Season still in progress.

  • 1 Run on same day.
  • 2 Non-points-paying, exhibition race.
  • 3 The Las Vegas Indy 300 was abandoned after Dan Wheldon died from injuries sustained in a 15-car crash on lap 11.
Years Teams Races Poles Wins Top 5s Top 10s Laps led RAF Indianapolis 500
wins
Championships
15 1 248 6 2 42 107 1032 200 0 0


Indianapolis 500

Andretti participating in the Pit Stop Challenge on Carb Day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, 2015

Complete American Le Mans Series results

Year Entrant Class Chassis Engine Tyres 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Rank Points
2008 Andretti Green Racing LMP2 Acura ARX-01b Acura 3.4L V8 M SEB
ovr:18
cls:6
STP LNB UTA LIM
ovr:6
cls:5
MID AME MOS DET PET
ovr:16
cls:7
MON 24th 38

Complete A1 Grand Prix results

(key)

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 DC Points
2008-09 A1 Team USA NED
SPR
NED
FEA
CHN
SPR

15
CHN
FEA

8
MYS
SPR

Ret
MYS
FEA

3
NZL
SPR

11
NZL
FEA

11
RSA
SPR

17
RSA
FEA

8
POR
SPR

12
POR
FEA

Ret
GBR
SPR
GBR
SPR
11th 24

24 Hours of Le Mans results

Year Team Co-drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
pos.
2010 Switzerland Rebellion Racing France Nicolas Prost
Switzerland Neel Jani
Lola B10/60-Rebellion LMP1 175 DNF DNF

Superstar Racing Experience

(key* - Most laps led. 1 - Heat 1 winner. 2 - Heat 2 winner.

Superstar Racing Experience results
Year No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 SRXC Pts
2021 98 STA
10
KNX
7
ELD
42
IRP
4
SLG
11
NSV
11
4th 171
2022 FIF
7
SBO
8
STA
2*
NSV
2
I55
2
SHA
9
1st 195

* Season still in progress

Complete IMSA SportsCar Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Class Make Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Rank Points
2021 Andretti Autosport LMP3 Ligier JS P320 Nissan VK56DE 5.6 L V8 DAY SEB MDO WGL
4
WGL ELK PET 21st 312

NASCAR

(key) (Bold - Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics - Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * - Most laps led. ** - All laps led.)

Xfinity Series

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 NXSC Pts Ref
2022 Big Machine Racing Team 48 Chevy DAY CAL LVS PHO ATL COA RCH MAR TAL DOV DAR TEX CLT PIR NSH ROA ATL NHA POC IND MCH GLN DAY DAR KAN BRI TEX TAL CLT
36
LVS HOM MAR PHO 72nd 1 *

Personal life

Off the track, Marco spends his time in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, having purchased his childhood home from his father, Michael, for $2 million.[29]

In September 2017, after the conclusion of the 2017 IndyCar Series, Marco married his long-time girlfriend, model Marta Krupa, sister of model and former Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa.[30] On December 11, 2021, Andretti announced on Instagram that he and Krupa were "parting ways in a very friendly way."[31]

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by Indianapolis 500
Rookie of the Year

2006
Succeeded by
IndyCar Series
Rookie of the Year

2006
Succeeded by

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