Mario Andretti says his son is “all in and ready to go” with an F1 team and already has a deal in place for a supply of power units.
Michael Andretti is making a fresh attempt to join Formula 1 by bidding to enter a new team, according to his father, 1978 world champion Mario Andretti.
Michael Andretti is still pursuing an entry into Formula 1 following his unsuccessful attempt to purchase Sauber, calling the series “the ultimate racing experience”.
Michael Andretti has been unsuccessful in his attempt to acquire Sauber, which operates the Alfa Romeo-branded F1 team, RaceFans understands from sources.
Michael Andretti has had talks with Haas as the IndyCar champion is understood to be seeking an opportunity to take over a Formula 1 team.
Having tried to buy a different Formula 1 team three years earlier, former driver Michael Andretti may have chosen the right time to return – as a team owner.
Michael Andretti revealed he nearly emulated his world championship-winning father Mario by racing for Ferrari in Formula 1.
In three decades of Champ Car from 1979 to 2008, 72 drivers from the American series also started F1 races. Starting today this nine-part feature will recall the careers of all of them.
I’ve been working on an article about CART drivers who races in F1 for F1 Fanatic but inevitably I got distracted watching old Champ Car videos on YouTube… From 1979 to 2008 Champ Car gave fans some of the most stunning examples of great motor racing. These are the five moment I remember best – … Continue reading Video: The five greatest Champ Car moments
Two weeks ago we began compiling the list of the bottom 10 F1 drivers of all time – the 10 worst F1 drivers. Here’s how the shortlist stands at the moment along with some of your remarks. Is there anyone missing from it? And who doesn’t belong there?