Andretti Frustrated With 10th Place Finish In Monday’s Rain Delayed Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama

LEEDS, Ala – Marco Andretti vowed to start qualifying better. He was adamant that his No. 98 Honda could contend for race wins if he could get his head out of his rear end in the Verizon IndyCar Series qualifying sessions. See, he’s qualified 18th, 20th and 20th respectively in his first three races of the 2018 season. He would finish ninth, 12th and sixth in those three events. Andretti said just last Sunday in Long Beach that imagine where he could be if he qualified better. 

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Andretti Vows To Qualify Better In Barber, Will Start 7th For Sunday’s Race

Marco Andretti vowed last Sunday to get his head out of his rear end and start qualifying better. He knows that the only one holding him back now is himself. Alexander Rossi hasn’t had a finish outside the podium all year. He led 71 of 85 laps in a win at Long Beach. Since last July, he’s had one result outside of the top six. Ryan Hunter-Reay had two top five finishes to start the year off and a very fast race car at Long Beach. Unfortunately, bad luck struck. 

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Solid Runs Out of Veach, Andretti On Sunday In Long Beach

LONG BEACH, Calif – Andretti Autosport should have had all four cars finish in the top seven in Sunday’s Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Instead, they had three in the top six. They’ll take it though. Alexander Rossi led all but 14 laps in the race en route to the dominating win. But, two other drivers have momentum changing days. 

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INDYCAR Sleepers Shaping Up To Earn Bettors Possibly Tons of Monday This Weekend In Phoenix

AVONDALE, AZ – If I had some extra cash aside, I wish I did but I don’t, but if I did, the Verizon IndyCar Series race at the ISM Raceway on Saturday night could potentially net me, or someone else wise enough with some extra cash sitting aside to bet on the race, a ton of money. See, the series is rapidly rising up the popularity ranks. But, unfortunately, they’re not quite there yet on the mainstream market. For bettors, well it’s a series that if you have a little bit…

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Marco Andretti To Honor Mario Andretti With Throwback Scheme at Phoenix

INDIANAPOLIS – The No. 98 machine of Andretti-Herta Autosport driver Marco Andretti will feature a special look for the upcoming Phoenix Grand Prix at Phoenix’s ISM Raceway. In honor of the of 25th Anniversary of Mario Andretti’s last career win, the third-generation driver will race the Oberto Beef Jerky Circle K / Curb Honda in the colors of his grandfather’s 1993 winning car. “We’re really excited to see Oberto back on the car this year. Andretti Autosport has built a strong relationship with them and we’re happy to continue to grow…

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Coming Out of The Pits In Traffic Costs Andretti a Top 5 Finish

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla – Marco Andretti was well on his way to a top five finish in Sunday’s Firestone Grand Prix of St. Pete. He was on the right pit strategy and was running in the top five near the mid portion of the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season opener. Unfortunately, some bad luck on his pit sequence led him to a ninth place finish in his No. 98 Honda. Andretti, had the pace all weekend. But like this luck in the race, he was always getting fast runs and catching…

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Ruoff Home Mortgage To Sponsor Marco Andretti at St. Pete and Mid-Ohio

The blue, green and white of Ruoff Home Mortgage will dress the No. 98 Andretti-Herta Autosport entry for two races during the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series. The Indy 500-winning partnership will open the season on the streets of St. Petersburg as Marco Andretti’s primary sponsor and return mid-season on the livery at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Mark Music, president and CEO of Ruoff Home Mortgage, had this to say about the sponsorship, name in racing. Speed and precision are just two tenets that are synonymous with Andretti and with Ruoff.

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US Concrete To Sponsor Marco Andretti For 6 Races In 2018

INDIANAPOLIS – Another new sponsor has come on board the Verizon IndyCar Series, as US Concrete will sponsor Marco Andretti and his No. 98 Honda with Andretti Autosport/Herta Autosport in six races for the 2018 season. The races that they will have their colors on the third generation drivers’ car will be at Long Beach, both races at Indy, Texas, Pocono and the season finale in Sonoma. Andretti, shifts to the joint entry between Michael Andretti and Bryan Herta after being with Andretti Autosport exclusively for the last 12 seasons. Andretti,…

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Main Takeaways From Sunday’s INDYCAR Season Finale at Sonoma

Sonoma, Calif – It’s hard to believe, but the checkered flag has now flown on the 17th and final Verizon IndyCar Series race of the season. Simon Pagenaud used great strategy to win Sunday’s Go Pro Grand Prix at Sonoma, but it wasn’t enough to win the 2017 championship. That distinction went to his Team Penske teammate of Josef Newgarden. With that being said, here are the main takeaways from Sunday’s race.

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Mobil 1 The Grid Talks To IndyCar Drivers On the Art of The Pass

The art of the overtake is a carefully planned combination of strategy and instinct. And none more so than in IndyCar, where the Push to Pass button has revolutionised the approach when it comes to making a run on a fellow driver. Mobil 1 The Grid spoke to Josef Newgarden, Simon Pagenaud, Charlie Kimball, Marco Andretti and Ryan Hunter-Reay to find out more. Watch The Video Here

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