Michael Andretti

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Michael Andretti
Michael Andretti 2007 Michigan.jpg
Andretti at Michigan in 2007
Nationality United States American
Born Michael Mario Andretti
(1962-10-05) October 5, 1962 (age 52)
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Related to Mario Andretti (father)
Jeff Andretti (brother)
Marco Andretti (son)
Aldo Andretti (uncle)
John Andretti (cousin)
Adam Andretti (cousin)
Izod Indycar Series career
Debut season 1983
Current team Andretti Autosport
Former teams Kraco Racing
Newman/Haas Racing
Target Chip Ganassi Racing
Team Motorola
Starts 317
Wins 42
Poles 32
Best finish 1st in 1991
Previous series
1983-1992
1993
1994-2002
CART IndyCar World Series
Formula One
CART IndyCar World Series
Championship titles
1991 1
Awards
1991 CART IndyCar World Series Champion
Formula One World Championship career
Nationality United States American
Active years 1993
Teams McLaren
Races 13
Championships 0
Wins 0
Podiums 1
Career points 7
Pole positions 0
Fastest laps 0
First race 1993 South African Grand Prix
Last race 1993 Italian Grand Prix

Michael Mario Andretti (born October 5, 1962) is a retired American racing driver, who won the 1991 CART PPG Indy Car World Series. A legend in CART, he drove in the series before and after his unhappy Formula One sojourn with McLaren, becoming the third most successfully driver in CART history with 42 race victories. Since retiring from the cockpit, his runs his own IndyCar team, which runs his son, Marco Andretti, as well as a team in the FIA Formula E Championship. Andretti is the son of Mario Andretti

He won the 1982 Robert Bosch US Formula Super Vee Championship, and FIA Formula Mondial North American Cup the following season, before hitting the bigtime in CART.[1][2]

Racing career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Michael Andretti was born to Dee Ann and racing legend Mario Andretti, who at that time was a struggling race car driver who had not yet made his name in racing. Michael started racing in 1980, living in the shadow of his eventually illustrious father, who had become a 3-time IndyCar champion and the 1978 Formula One World Champion.

Following a successfully career racing karts, winning 50 of his 75 races over eight years, he moving into cars.He obtained his SCCA National License in 1980, then won six races to claim the SCCA’s Northeast Division Formula Ford championship in 1981. He also in drove in a number Formula Vee races in regional SCCA events. In 1982, he won six of the 11 races on his way to winning the Robert Bosch US Formula Super Vee Championship. He also won the opening race of the 1983 Super Vee season before he moving up to drive in Formula Atlantic, and won his second title by winning the FIA Formula Mondial North American Cup the following season. Although he made his international sports car debut at the 1982 24 Hours of Le Mans, he was denied the opportunity to race as the Mirage M12 he was down to race with his father was disqualified 80 minutes before the race due to start. The father and son partnership returned to the Circuit de la Sarthe the following year, and were joined by Philippe Alliot in the Porsche Kremer Racing’s Porsche 956, taking third place. Michael also raced alongside his father in the Riverside 6 Hours where they were joined by A. J. Foyt and Preston Henn, but the Porsche 935 failed to finish. The father and son duo paired up again the 1984 Daytona 24 Hours. This time in a full-works Porsche 962, which made its race debut. They took pole position, but in the race, the engine broke.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]

CART[edit]

Andretti’s first race winning Indy Car, now at National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, England.

He made his CART debut in 1983, racing for the Kraco Enterprises team. Andretti re-signed for Kraco to undertake the 1984 season, where he managed five third place finishes and ended his rookie season in seventh overall. In the Indianapolis 500, he finished fifth and shared the Rookie of the Year award with Roberto Guerrero. He went on to win his first IndyCar race in 1986 in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. The season become a two-man battle for the championship title, between Michael and Bobby Rahal Andretti would take the points lead with his victory on the Milwaukee Mile. A week later, on Father’s Day, Michael was leading on the final lap at Portland, when his March-Cosworth 86C ran out of fuel, allowing his father, Mario beat him by just 0.07 seconds. It was one of the most shocking finishes in the history of IndyCar, and the closest finish (until 1997). With Rahal continuing to win races, Andretti consistent finishing only allowed Rahal a nine point lead in the standing with two races remaining. Andretti won a key victory in at Phoenix. Going into the season finale at Tamiami Park, Andretti was just three point behind Rahal, but neither driver were a factor in the race, with Andretti retiring with a broken halfshalf.[9][10][11]

In a one-off race with Alfa Corse, he took part in the inaugural World Touring Car race, 500 km di Monza. Paired with Alessandro Nannini, they finished 16th overall, second in class. Back in CART, he continued with Kraco in 1987, and like 1986, the championship was between Andretti and Rahal. Michael would win the Michigan 500, drawing within nine points of Rahal. With him winning in dominating fashion at Nazareth Speedway, his championship hopes remained alive, although Rahal clinched the championship at the next race. Andretti would also win the season finale, Tamiami Park. He would finish runner-up for the second season in a row. Back in June 1987, Michael joined Hendrick Motorsport to race a Chevrolet Corvette GTP in the Mid-Ohio 500 km, this time joined by his cousin, John Andretti, where they finished 11th.[9][10][11][12][13]

Andretti’s family 962C, Le Mans 1988
Michael and Mario's 1989 Porsche 962 driven in the 24 Hours of Daytona.

Following Porsche’s defeat in the 1988 Daytona 24 Hours, Porsche entered a 962C at Le Mans for Mario, Michael and John. They were tremendously competitive in the first half of the race, until the Andretti family’s car needed minor repairs before lapsing on to five cylinders, finishing sixth overall. Michael and Mario join Busby Racing for 1989 Daytona 24 Hours, only for their 962 to retire with brakes problems.[7][14]

The 1988 CART season was a lean year for Micheal. He remained with Kraco, scoring a just one race win, in the non-champion Marlboro Challenge.

1989 saw a change of teams, which Michael switching to Newman/Haas Racing, to partner, a certain Mario Andretti. Winning two races during the season, Molson Indy Toronto and Marlboro 500 at the Michigan International Speedway, on his way to third in the standing. For 1990, Al Unser, Jr. would become champion, Andretti was his nearest competitior, winning five races and four poles. In the second-to-last race of the season at Nazareth, Unser crashed out, giving Andretti a huge opportunity to close the gap. Andretti managed only a sixth place finish, and could not capitalize on Unser's misfortune. Unser left Nazareth with a 27 point lead, enough to clinch the championship. Andretti would finish runner-up once again.[10][11]

For the 1991 Daytona 24, Mario was joined by both his sons this time, with Michael being joined by Jeff Andretti. Piloting a Jochen Dauer Racing entered Porsche 962, they were classified fifth overall, despite not finishing the race.[15]

Andretti racing at Monterey, California, October 1991

Andretti achieved major title success by winning the 1991 CART PPG Indy Car World Series for Newman/Haas Racing. He won a total eight of 17 races, eight poles and led more than half of the laps during the season, but Rahal still took the championship battle down to the final race of the season. Andretti’s season started slowly, recording DNFs in the opening two events, then the heartbreaking second place at the Indy 500. He recovered from this, winning four of the last five races of the season and with Rahal retiring during the title decider at Laguna Seca, he cruised to the title. The day before, he won the non-championship, Marlboro Challenge for a second time.[16]

Remaining with Hewman/Haas for 1992, Michael season started slowly, but then wins three races out of four mid-season. Despite taking two more wins later in the year, including the season finale at Laguna Seca, Rahal beat him again to the title by just four points. He would leave for F1 at the end of the year, with his seat going to the reigning Formula One World Champion, Nigel Mansell, who would win the 1993 CART title in his rookie season.[17]

For four seasons between 1989 and 1992, Michael enjoyed the unique experience, privilege and honour of having his father as his team-mate at Newman/Haas. Together, they established a number of first, including the first father-son front row, for the 1986 Dana 200 for Special Olympics at Phoenix, and the first of 15 father-son podiums in the 1984 Cribari Wines 300K at Laguna Seca, with the last coming nearly a decade later in the 1992 Daikyo IndyCar Grand Prix, around the street of Surfers Paradise.[18][19]

Futility at Indianapolis[edit]

The Andretti family's bad luck at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is known as the Andretti Curse. He did shared the Rookie of the Year honours with Guerrero, back in 1984, when he finished fifth. However, in 1991, he led with 12 laps remaining, but finished second to Rick Mears after battling the multiple Indy 500 winner. The pair of them traded memorable late-lap outside passes for the lead in Turn One. The next year, 1992, he dominated the race, leading four-fifths of the laps, but, with 11 laps remaining after holding a two-lap lead, his fuel pump failed, and his car coasted to a stop. He was classified in 13th place. He also dropped out while leading the Indy 500 in 1989, 1995 and 2003. Andretti holds the record for most laps led with 431 in the Indy 500 without having achieved a victory.[18]

Formula One[edit]

For the 1993 season, Michael signed for Marlboro McLaren, to partner the triple World Drivers Champion, Ayrton Senna, in their Ford HBD V8 powered MP4/8. He signed during the summer of 1992 and the deal was announced at Monza over the weekend of the 1992 Italian Grand Prix. Most observers nodded approvingly of the deal, however only when things went wrong the critics did emerge with that priceless commodity, hindsight.[20]

I think he can win Grands Prix and become the World Champion,” said Ron Dennis, McLaren’s team principal. “It’s not a question of which country you come from. It’s how you demonstrate your desire to win.” There were practical factors that mitigated against Andretti being able to show competitive form in his debut season in F1. The rule changes introduced that season destroyed his hopes of unrestricted laps in free practice during which he could learn the tracks, as most were unfamiliar to him. From the start of 1993, just 23 laps were allowed in the morning’s untimed session and a mere 12 in the qualifying session.[20]

With the pressure intensifying, Michael began the year with crashes in the Kyalami and Interlagos. He then qualified a fine sixth for the Sega European Grand Prix at Donington Park, but he collided with Karl Wendlinger’s Sauber on the opening lap. The now-legendary race, where in the other McLaren, Senna passed five cars on the opening lap, in the driving rain. Next time out at Imola, he again fell foul of Wendlinger after a spirited drive that might have ended with a visit to the podium, and many critics cited this as the key turning point of the American. [20][21]

In the Gran Premio de España, Andretti finally completed a race, finishing fifth amongst the established front runners. Andretti had his first F1 points in the bag.[21]

He would finish in the points on three occasions, but he could never quite string things together consistently. Despite support offered by Dennis and the McLaren management, the season proved to be a disaster for the F1 new boy. He never fully got to grips with the McLaren MP4/8. Highly technical aspects which he was not used to in the technologically simpler IndyCars such as active suspension and traction control hampered Andretti's chances. This combined with the fact that he commuted to races and test sessions from the USA, rather than re-locating full-time to Europe were also contributing factors to his lack of success in Formula One. At the time, McLaren's Special Projects Manager, long-time Andretti family friend Tyler Alexander, who had been involved in F1 since the mid-1960s, also urged Michael to re-locate to England as he knew times had changed from when Mario had raced to the 1978 World Championship. True enough, he finished third at Monza, but with three races remaining, he left the team and the championship by mutual agreement after that race.[20][21][22]

However, according to son Marco, the McLaren team Andretti drove for "sabotaged" his chances at being competitive in order to replace him with the team’s test driver Mika Häkkinen, who would require a smaller salary. "The reality of it was, they had Mika Häkkinen ready to come in for a lot less than what my dad was getting paid, and that's all it was. Right then and there, they had to make him look [bad]," claimed Marco in 2008. "They would make the car do weird things in the corner electronically, stuff out of his control." However, Andretti still had problems in practice for the Italian Grand Prix, and both he and Senna spun off with brake balance problems early in the race. Andretti was able to continue and fought back up to third, holding off Wendlinger. Throughout the season, Senna experienced similar reliability problems to Andretti, mainly electronic gremlins, particularly in San Marino, Canada, Hungary and Belgium, although Häkkinen equalled Andretti's third place Monza finish in Japan, while Senna won both the Japanese Grand Prix and the season ending Australian Grand Prix, his final race for McLaren.[20][21][23][24][25]

It has also been reported that at the start of the 1993 season, Dennis signed Häkkinen as a backup to Senna, who was initially reluctant to commit to the team for the whole season. This created a difficult atmosphere for Andretti, who would be in the shadow of the three-time F1 champion Senna, and also faced the threat of being replaced by Häkkinen.[26]

After Andretti's unsuccessful Formula 1 season, he never returned to the cockpit in that series. In the end, the season with every bit as bad as the confusing numerology suggested. He took to the grid in his No. 7 McLaren, in 13 races, did not finish in 7 of the 13, and of those DNF’s 6 of the 7 were collisions or spins. He scored 7 points.[21]

Return to CART[edit]

Andretti returned to the IndyCar racing after his unsuccessful season in Formula One with Target Chip Ganassi Racing, where he once again proved very successful. He went on to win in his very first race back in the series at the 1994 Australian FAI Indycar Grand Prix, around the Surfers Paradise Street Circuit in Queensland, Australia, having led every lap along the way. That win also got Reynard's first win in CART in their debut. Although the season may not have gone the way Michael would have liked, he did win again in the Molson Indy Toronto, taking a record fourth win. By the time he retired, Michael would have won seven times around the Exhibition Place.[27]

In 1995, he returned to Newman/Haas Racing. He had a consistent season, scoring points in every round, but taking just the one win, in Toronto, enable Andretti to claim fourth overall in the points standing. The following season, he would finish as runner-up to Jimmy Vasser, in a season marred by the death of Jeff Krosnoff and split with Indy Racing League, visiting victory lane on five occasions. Newman/Haas began a new relationship with Swift which did not prove to be very successful in 1997-1999. In 2000 the team used Lola chassis and Michael won the Firestone Firehawk 300 held at Twin Ring Motegi in Japan, and again in Toronto.[28][29][30]

Micheal tried again to win Le Mans in 1997, again alongside Mario, but joined on this occasion by Olivier Grouillard. Following an accident during the night, the trio were forced to retire their Courage C36. Micheal would not return to la Sarthe as a driver.[31]


For 2001 he made the decision to move to Team Green as he wanted to try to win the Indianapolis 500 and Newman/Haas refused to enter the Indy Racing League event. Andretti ran in a third Team Green car with Motorola sponsorship and ran at Indianapolis. He led 16 laps, and was leading the race during a rain delay just beyond the halfway point. Had the race been halted due to the rain, he could have been declared the winner. The red flag, however, did not come out at the time and the race resumed. A punctured tyre, and a minor collision in the pits with eventual winner Hélio Castroneves, driving for car owner Roger Penske, slowed him down, and at the end of the day, Andretti settled for 3rd place. In July it was announced that Michael had bought the team and intended to shift the entire operation (which was renamed Andretti Green Racing) to the IRL. [30][32]

His career in CART ended in 2002, in which he took his 42nd and final career victory at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach - placing him in third place for all-time victories in championship car racing behind his father, Mario Andretti (52 wins) and A.J. Foyt (67 wins).

Andretti is also tied with Al Unser, Jr. for the most wins in a CART/IndyCar season with eight victories. He achieved this during his championship-winning season of 1991. Throughout his time in IndyCar, he retained a consistent and impressive record, finishing in the top ten of the championship on 17 occasions.[19]

Semi-Retirement and team owner[edit]

After competing in the 2003 Indianapolis 500, Andretti retired from full-time IndyCar racing. He led the race for 28 of the opening 94 laps before a throttle linkage failure put him out of contention once again. That year he bought into the "Team Green" squad run by brothers Kim and Barry Green in CART. It became Andretti Green Racing and for 2003, the team moved to the Indy Racing League IndyCar Series.[30][33]

The team claimed consecutive IndyCar Series titles in 2004 and 2005, with Tony Kanaan and Dan Wheldon respectively, winning 11 of the 17 races, including the Indianapolis 500. The 2007 enhanced the Andretti legacy, when Dario Franchitti captured Andretti Green Racing its third Series title in four seasons, and its second Indianapolis 500 win.[34]

Michael practicing for the 2007 Indy 500.

Andretti returned to the driver's seat for the 2006 Indianapolis 500 in a one-time effort to assist the development of his son, Marco, an IndyCar rookie for the '06 season. Michael led the race with four laps to go, before falling to second behind his son a lap later. He went on to finish third, while Marco only just missed out on the 500 victory after he was passed just before the start/finish line on the last lap by three-time IndyCar champion, Sam Hornish, Jr.

After qualifying his car in 11th place for the 2007 Indianapolis 500, Andretti went on to finish 13th. He then announced that this would be his last Indy 500 as a driver. Andretti leaves driving competition at Indy with a frustrating distinction - the driver who's led the most laps (431) without winning the race. He competed in 16 Indy 500s, with a top finish of second in 1991, but led the race nine times.

By 2012, now racing under the name of Andretti Autosport, they brought the 2012 IndyCar Series championship back home. Michael served not only as the team owners, but as the strategist on Ryan Hunter-Reay’s four race victories. Hunter-Reay also captured the 2014 Indianapolis 500, with a close victory over Hélio Castroneves.[34]

Other activities[edit]

In 1996, Andretti invested in a Toyota dealership in his home state of Pennsylvania.[35]

Among his personal appearances, Andretti appeared as a contestant on season 5 of the reality TV series The Celebrity Apprentice, which debuted in February 2012. Andretti joined the show as a last-minute replacement for his son Marco, who dropped out when Marco's friend Dan Wheldon was killed in the 2011 IZOD IndyCar World Championship hours before Apprentice filming was scheduled to begin. Andretti was fired in the fourth episode, after a presentation for Buick executives of the Buick Verano.[36][37]

In March 2012, Andretti Sports Marketing took over as promoter of the Milwaukee Mile IndyCar race. The company also promotes the Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana, the Miami ePrix and the Global RallyCross Championship events at Washington and New York.[38]

Personal life[edit]

Andretti attended Northampton Community College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Andretti was married to Sandra Spinozzi from November 1985 to 1996 and they had two children, son Marco (born March 13, 1987) and daughter Marissa (born October 31, 1990). He remarried on December 24, 1997 to Leslie Wood. They had a son, Lucca, born September 16, 1999. On September 7, 2004 Andretti filed for divorce. Two years later on July 15, 2006 Andretti announced his engagement to former Miss Oregon Teen USA 1994, model, actress and 2000 Playboy Playmate of the Year Jodi Ann Paterson. The couple were married on October 7, 2006 at the Andretti Winery in Napa Valley, California. They have twin children, Mario and Miati (Mia), born February 13, 2014.

Andretti family[edit]

Andretti at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in May 2008.

Michael is from the famous Andretti racing family. He is the son of Formula 1, CART and NASCAR racing legend Mario Andretti. His brother Jeff Andretti competed in IndyCar. Michael's uncle Aldo Andretti was an open wheel racer until an accident ended his racing career. Aldo's son, John Andretti (Michael's first cousin) raced in IndyCar before he became a NASCAR regular. He returned to IndyCar in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011, where he raced in the Indy 500. Aldo's other son, Adam also is a racecar driver, and in 2005, Michael's son Marco began his career in Indy Racing. The Andretti family became the first family to have five relatives (Michael, Mario, Marco, Jeff, and John) compete in the same series (CART/Champ Car/IndyCar).[39]

Awards[edit]

Micheal was inducted in 2002, into National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame, and he was also elected into the Motorsports Hall of Fame in 2008, the Long Beach Grand Prix Walk of Fame in 2010, the Canadian Motorsports (International Division) Hall of Fame in 2012, and the Indianapolis Speedway's Auto Racing Hall of Fame in 2012.[34]

Racing record[edit]

Career highlights[edit]

Season Series Position Team Car
1981 SCCA National Championship Runoffs Formula F [40] 8th Van Diemen RF81
1982 Robert Bosch/VW Super Vee Championship [41][42] 1st Arciero Racing Ralt-Volkswagen RT5/81
Ralt-Volkswagen RT5/82
SCCA National Championship Runoffs Formula F [43] 3rd Lola T640
1983 Formula Mondial North American Cup [44][45] 1st Conte Racing Ralt-Ford RT4
24 Heures du Mans [46][47] 3rd Kremer Racing Porsche 956
Robert Bosch/VW Super Vee Championship [48][49] 18th Ralt-Volkswagen RT5/82
FIA World Endurance Championship [50] 25th Kremer Racing Porsche 956
PPG Indy Car World Series [11][51][52] 27th Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 83C
European Endurance Championship [53] 28th Kremer Racing Porsche 956
1983/4 USAC Gold Crown Series [11][54] 5th Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 84C
1984 PPG Indy Car World Series [11][55][56] 7th Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 83C
1985 USAC Gold Crown Series [11][57] 8th Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 84C
PPG Indy Car World Series [11][58][59] 9th Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 85C
1986 PPG Indy Car World Series [11][60][61] 2nd Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 86C
USAC Gold Crown Series [11][62] 6th Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 86C
1987 PPG Indy Car World Series [11][63][64] 2nd Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 87C
International Race of Champions [65][66] 7th Chevrolet Camaro
USAC Gold Crown Series [11][67] 29th Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 87C
World Touring Car Champonship [68][69] 38th Alfa Corse Alfa Romeo 75 Turbo
Camel GTP Championship [70][71] 40th Conte Racing
Hendrick Motorsport
March-Buick 86G
Chevrolet Corvette GTP
1988 Marlboro Challenge [72] 1st Kraco Racing Lola-Cosworth T88/00
USAC Gold Crown Series [11][73] 4th Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 88C
PPG Indy Car World Series [11][63][74] 6th Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 88C
Lola-Cosworth T88/00
World Sports Prototype Championship for Drivers [75] 44th Porsche AG Porsche 962C
1989 PPG Indy Car World Series [11][76][77] 3rd Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T89/00
UASC Gold Crown Series [11][78] 17th Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T89/00
1990 PPG Indy Car World Series [11][79][80] 2nd Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T90/00
UASC Gold Crown Series [11][81] 20th Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T90/00
1991 PPG Indy Car World Series [11][82][83] 1st Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T91/00
Marlboro Challenge [84] 1st Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T91/00
UASC Gold Crown Series [11][85] 2nd Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T91/00
Camel GTP Championship [86][87] 29th Jochen Dauer Racing Porsche 962C
1992 PPG Indy Car World Series [11][88][89] 2nd Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford T91/00
Lola-Ford T92/00
Marlboro Challenge [90] 2nd Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford T92/00
UASC Gold Crown Series [11][91] 13th Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford T92/00
1993 FIA Formula One World Championship [92][93] 11th Marlboro McLaren McLaren-Ford MP4/8
1994 PPG Indy Car World Series [11][94][95] 4th Target Chip Ganassi Racing Reynard-Ford 94I
UASC Gold Crown Series [11][96] 6th Target Chip Ganassi Racing Reynard-Ford 94I
1995 PPG Indy Car World Series [11][97][98] 4th Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford T95/00
UASC Gold Crown Series [11][99] 25th Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford T95/00
1996 PPG Indy Car World Series [11][100][101] 2nd Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford T96/00
1997 PPG CART World Series [11][102][103] 8th Newman/Haas Racing Swift-Ford 007i
1998 FedEx Championship Series [11][104][105] 7th Newman/Haas Racing Swift-Ford 009.c
1999 FedEx Championship Series [11][106][107] 4th Newman/Haas Racing Swift-Ford 010.c
2000 FedEx Championship Series [11][108][109] 8th Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford B2K/00
2001 FedEx Championship Series [11][110][111] 3rd Team Green Reynard-Honda 01i
Indy Racing Northern Lights Series [11][112][113] 34th Team Green Dallara-Oldsmobile IR1
2002 FedEx Championship Series [11][114][115] 9th Team Motorola Reynard-Honda 02i
Lola-Honda B2/00
Firestone Indy Racing League [11][116][117] 38th Team Green Dallara-Chevrolet IR2
2003 IndyCar Series [11][118][119] 24th Andretti Green Racing Dallara-Honda IR2
2006 IndyCar Series [11][120][121] 24th Andretti Green Racing Dallara-Honda IR4
2007 IndyCar Series [11][122][123] 27th Andretti Green Racing Dallara-Honda IR4

International Race Victories[edit]

Date Event Circuit Entrant
co-driver
Car – Engine
1982
28/03/82 Phoenix [FSV] [124] United States Phoenix Arciero Racing Ralt-Volkswagen RT5/81
26/05/82 Charlotte [FSV] [125] United States Charlotte Arciero Racing Ralt-Volkswagen RT5/81
01/08/82 Milwaukee Mile [FSV] [126] United States Milwaukee Arciero Racing Ralt-Volkswagen RT5/81
12/09/82 Mosport Park [FSV] [127] Canada Mosport Park Arciero Racing Ralt-Volkswagen RT5/81
03/10/82 Riverside [FSV] [128] United States Riverside Arciero Racing Ralt-Volkswagen RT5/81
06/11/82 Phoenix [FSV] [129] United States Phoenix Arciero Racing Ralt-Volkswagen RT5/81
1983
26/03/83 Long Beach [FSV] [130] United States Long Beach Ralt-Volkswagen RT5
08/05/83 Sears Point [FM] [131] United States Sears Point Conte Racing Ralt-Ford RT4
22/05/83 Westwood [FM] [132] Canada Westwood Conte Racing Ralt-Ford RT4
03/09/83 Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières [133] Canada Trois-Rivières Conte Racing Ralt-Ford RT4
1986
13/04/86 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach [134] United States Long Beach Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 86C
08/06/86 Miller American 200 in Honor of Rex Mays [135] United States Milwaukee Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 86C
16/10/86 Circle K/Fiesta Bowl 200 [136] United States Phoenix Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 86C
1987
31/05/87 Miller American 200 in Honor of Rex Mays [137] United States Milwaukee Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 87C
02/08/87 Marlboro 500 [138] United States Michigan Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 87C
31/05/87 Bosch Spark Plug Grand Prix [139] United States Nazareth Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 87C
01/11/87 Nissan Indy Challenge [140] United States Tamiami Park Kraco Racing March-Cosworth 87C
1988
05/11/88 Marlboro Challenge [72] United States Tamiami Park Kraco Racing Lola-Cosworth T88/00
1989
23/07/89 Molson Indy Toronto [141] Canada Toronto Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Cosworth T89/00
06/08/89 Marlboro 500 [142] United States Michigan Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Cosworth T89/00
1990
17/06/90 Valvoline Grand Prix of Detroit [143] United States Detriot Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T90/00
24/06/90 Budweiser/G.I. Joe’s 200 [144] United States Portland Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T90/00
15/07/90 Marlboro Grand Prix at the Meadowlands [145] United States Meadowlands Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T90/00
16/09/90 Red Roof Inns 200 [146] United States Mid-Ohio Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T90/00
23/09/90 Texaco/Havoline 200 [147] United States Road America Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T90/00
1991
02/06/91 Miller Genuine Draft 200 [148] United States Milwaukee Mile Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T91/00
23/06/91 Budweiser/G.I. Joe’s 200 [149] United States Portland Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T91/00
07/07/91 Budweiser Grand Prix of Cleveland [150] United States Cleveland Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T91/00
21/07/91 Molson Indy Toronto [151] Canada Toronto Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T91/00
01/09/91 Molson Indy Vancouver [152] Canada Vancouver Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T91/00
15/09/91 Pioneer Electronics 200 [153] United States Mid-Ohio Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T91/00
22/09/91 Texaco/Havoline 200 [154] United States Road America Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T91/00
19/10/91 Marlboro Challenge [84] United States Laguna Seca Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T91/00
20/10/91 Toyota Monterey Grand Prix [155] United States Laguna Seca Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T91/00
1992
21/06/92 Budweiser/G.I. Joe’s 200 [156] United States Portland Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T92/00
28/06/92 Miller Genuine Draft 200 [157] United States Milwaukee Mile Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T92/00
19/07/92 Molson Indy Toronto [158] Canada Toronto Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T92/00
30/08/92 Molson Indy Vancouver [159] Canada Vancouver Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T92/00
18/10/92 Kodalux Processing 300 [160] United States Laguna Seca Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Chevrolet T92/00
1994
20/03/94 Australian FAI Indy Car Grand Prix [161] Australia Surfers Paradise Target Chip Ganassi Racing Reynard-Ford 94I
17/07/94 Molson Indy Toronto [162] Canada Toronto Target Chip Ganassi Racing Reynard-Ford 94I
1995
16/07/95 Molson Indy Toronto [163] Canada Toronto Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford T95/00
1996
28/04/96 Bosch Spark Plug Grand Prix [164] United States Nazareth Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford T96/00
02/06/96 Miller Genuine Draft 200 [165] United States Milwaukee Mile Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford T96/00
09/06/96 ITT Automotive Grand Prix of Detroit [166] United States Detriot Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford T96/00
18/08/96 Texaco/Havoline 200 [167] United States Road America Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford T96/00
01/09/96 Molson Indy Vancouver [168] Canada Vancouver Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford T96/00
1997
02/03/97 Marlboro Grand Prix of Miami presented by Toyota [169] United States Homestead Newman/Haas Racing Swift-Ford 007.i
1998
15/03/98 Marlboro Grand Prix of Miami presented by Toyota [170] United States Homestead Newman/Haas Racing Swift-Ford 009.c
1999
29/05/99 Motorola 300 [171] United States Homestead Newman/Haas Racing Swift-Ford 010.c
2000
14/05/00 Firestone Firehawk 500K [172] Japan Motegi Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford B2K/00
16/07/00 Molson Indy Toronto [173] Canada Toronto Newman/Haas Racing Lola-Ford B2K/00
2001
15/07/01 Molson Indy Toronto [174] Canada Toronto Newman/Haas Racing Reynard-Honda 01i
2002
14/04/02 2002 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach [175] United States Long Beach Team Motorola Reynard-Honda 02i

Formula One[edit]

(key)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 WDC Points
1993 Marlboro McLaren McLaren MP4/8 Ford V8 RSA
Ret
BRA
Ret
EUR
Ret
SMR
Ret
ESP
5
MON
8
CAN
14
FRA
6
GBR
Ret
GER
Ret
HUN
Ret
BEL
8
ITA
3
POR JPN AUS 11th 7

Complete 24 Hours of Le Mans results[edit]

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
1982 United States Grand Touring Cars Inc. United States Mario Andretti Mirage-Cosworth M12 C 0 DNS
(DISQ)
DNS
(DISQ)
1983 West Germany Porsche Kremer Racing United States Mario Andretti
France Philippe Alliot
Porsche 956 C 364 3rd 3rd
1988 West Germany Porsche A.G. United States Mario Andretti
United States John Andretti
Porsche 962C C1 375 6th 6th
1997 France Courage Compétition United States Mario Andretti
France Olivier Grouillard
Courage-Porsche C36 LMP 197 DNF DNF

Complete 24 Hours of Daytona results[edit]

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
1984 West Germany Dr. Ing. H. C. F. Porsche United States Mario Andretti Porsche 962 GTP 127 66th
(DNF)
25th
(DNF)
1989 United States Busby Racing United States Mario Andretti Porsche 962 GTP 237 47th
(DNF)
16th
(DNF)
1991 West Germany Jochen Dauer Racing United States Mario Andretti
United States Jeff Andretti
Porsche 962C GTP 663 5th
(DNF)
3rd
(DNF)

Complete 12 Hours of Sebring results[edit]

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
1983 United States Henn’s Swap Shop Racing United Kingdom Derek Bell
United States John Paul, Jr.
Porsche 935L GTP 125 56th
(DNF)
9th
(DNF)

American Open Wheel racing results[edit]

(key)

CART[edit]

Year Team Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5- 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Rank Points
1983 Kraco Racing March 83C Cosworth DFX V8t ATL INDY MIL CLE MIS1 ROA POC RIV MDO MIS2 LVG
Ret
LS
Ret
PHX
9
T-26th 4
1984 Kraco Racing March 84C Cosworth DFX V8t LBH
10
PHX1
3
INDY
5
MIL
4
POR
12
MEA
Ret
CLE
3
MIS1
Ret
ROA
16
POC
Ret
MDO
Ret
SAN
3
MIS2
7
PHX2
3
LS
3
LVG
Ret
7th 102
1985 Kraco Racing March 85C Cosworth DFX V8t LBH
Ret
INDY
8
MIL
Ret
POR
Ret
MEA
4
CLE
7
MIS1
Ret
ROA
2
POC
Ret
MDO
Ret
SAN
Ret
MIS2
Ret
LS
9
PHX
5
MIA
Ret
9th 53
1986 Kraco Racing March 86C Cosworth DFX V8t PHX1
Ret
LBH
1
INDY
6
MIL
1
POR
2
MEA
Ret
CLE
2
TOR
Ret
MIS1
Ret
POC
Ret
MDO
10
SAN
6
MIS2
2
ROA
2
LS
3
PHX2
1
MIA
Ret
2nd 171
1987 Kraco Racing March 87C Cosworth DFX V8t LBH
4
PHX
4
INDY
Ret
MIL
1
POR
2
MEA
5
CLE
6
TOR
5
MIS
1
POC
8
ROA
Ret
MDO
Ret
NAZ
1
LS
Ret
MIA1
Ret
MIA
1
2nd 158
1988 Kraco Racing March 88C Cosworth DFX V8t PHX
3
LBH
7
INDY
4
MIL
7
POR
11
CLE
Ret
TOR
3
MEA
6
6th 119
Lola T88/00 MIS
3
POC
Ret
MDO
Ret
ROA
5
NAZ
2
LS
2
MIA1
1
MIA
Ret
1989 Newman/Haas Racing Lola T89/00 Chevrolet 265A V8t PHX
4
LBH
2
INDY
Ret
MIL
2
DET
Ret
POR
6
CLE
Ret
MEA
Ret
TOR
1
MIS
1
POC
3
MDO
3
ROA
Ret
NAZ
5
LS1
7
LS
7
3rd 150
1990 Newman/Haas Racing Lola T90/00 Chevrolet 265A V8t PHX
Ret
LBH
4
INDY
Ret
MIL
5
DET
1
POR
1
CLE
Ret
MEA
1
TOR
2
MIS
Ret
DEN
5
VAN
Ret
MDO
1
ROA
1
NAZ1
6
NAZ
5
LS
3
2nd 181
1991 Newman/Haas Racing Lola T91/00 Chevrolet 265A V8t SRF
Ret
LBH
Ret
PHX
4
INDY
2
MIL
1
DET
Ret
POR
1
CLE
1
MEA
Ret
TOR
1
MIS
Ret
DEN
3
VAN
1
MDO
1
ROA
1
NAZ
3
LS1
1
LS
1
1st 234
1992 Newman/Haas Racing Lola T91/00 Ford XB V8t SRF
Ret
PHX
10
2nd 192
Lola T92/00 LBH
Ret
INDY
Ret
DET
4
POR
1
MIL
1
NHM
2
TOR
1
MIS
Ret
CLE
2
ROA
4
VAN
1
MDO
Ret
NAZ1
2
NAZ
2
LS
1
1994 Chip Ganassi Racing Reynard 94i Ford XB V8t SRF
1
PHX
Ret
LBH
6
INDY
6
MIL
4
DET
5
POR
Ret
CLE
Ret
TOR
1
MIS
Ret
MDO
5
NHM
5
VAN
3
ROA
Ret
NAZ
9
LS
Ret
4th 118
1995 Newman/Haas Racing Lola T95/00 Ford XB V8t MIA
Ret
SRF
Ret
PHX
2
LBH
9
NAZ
Ret
INDY
Ret
MIL
3
DET
4
POR
4
ROA
Ret
TOR
1
CLE
7
MIS
Ret
MDO
Ret
NHM
2
VAN
Ret
LS
4
4th 123
1996 Newman/Haas Racing Lola T96/00 Ford XD V8t MIA
9
RIO
Ret
SRF
Ret
LBH
7
NAZ
1
MIS1
Ret
MIL
1
DET
1
POR
11
CLE
Ret
TOR
Ret
MIS2
Ret
MDO
3
ROA
1
VAN
1
LS
9
2nd 132
1997 Newman/Haas Racing Swift 007.i Ford XD V8t MIA
1
SRF
2
LBH
Ret
NAZ
2
RIO
Ret
GAT
11
MIL
2
DET
2
POR
8
CLE
Ret
TOR
4
MIS
Ret
MDO
8
ROA
Ret
VAN
Ret
LS
Ret
FON
Ret
8th 108
1998 Newman/Haas Racing Swift 009.c Ford XD V8t MIA
1
MOT
14
LBH
Ret
NAZ
Ret
RIO
5
GAT
2
MIL
Ret
DET
10
POR
17
CLE
2
TOR
2
MIS
6
MDO
Ret
ROA
Ret
VAN
2
LS
10
HOU
Ret
SRF
Ret
FON
Ret
8th 108
1999 Newman/Haas Racing Swift 010.c Ford XD V8t MIA
2
MOT
5
LBH
7
NAZ
6
RIO
Ret
GAT
1
MIL
15
POR
10
CLE
3
ROA
2
TOR
Ret
MIS
4
DET
4
MDO
8
CHI
Ret
VAN
14
LS
10
HOU
3
SRF
5
FON
Ret
4th 151
2000 Newman/Haas Racing Lola B2K/00 Ford XF V8t MIA
Ret
LBH
Ret
RIO
9
MOT
1
NAZ
6
MIL
2
DET
Ret
POR
4
CLE
4
TOR
1
MIS
2
CHI
2
MDO
8
ROA
Ret
VAN
Ret
LS
14
GAT
Ret
HOU
13
SRF
Ret
FON
Ret
8th 127
2001 Team Motorola Reynard 01i Honda HR-1 V8t MTY
4
LBH
Ret
TXS
NH
NAZ
6
MOT
Ret
MIL
2
DET
4
POR
8
CLE
15
TOR
1
MIS
Ret
CHI
Ret
MDO
Ret
ROA
2
VAN
3
LAU
4
ROC
5
HOU
Ret
LS
14
SRF
2
FON
7
3rd 147
2002 Team Motorola Reynard 02i Honda HR-2 V8t MTY
12
LBH
1*
9th 110
Lola B02/00 MOT
16
MIL
7
LS
11
POR
9
CHI
15
TOR
11
CLE
2
VAN
6
MDO
3
ROA
10
MTL
8
DEN
13
ROC
10
MIA
8
SRF
9
FON
2
MEX
17
(Event)1 : non-championship, exhibition race held day preceding next championship race.

IndyCar Series[edit]

Year Team Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Rank Points
2001 Team Motorola Dallara IR-01 Oldsmobile Aurora V8 PHX HMS ATL INDY
3
TXS PPIR RIR KAN NSH KTY STL CHI TX2 34th 35
2002 Team Motorola Dallara IR-02 Chevrolet Indy V8 HMS PHX FON NAZ INDY
7
TXS PPIR RIR KAN NSH MIS KTY STL CHI TX2 38th 26
2003 Andretti Green Racing Dallara IR-03 Honda HI3R V8 HMS
6
PHX
Ret
MOT
4
INDY
Ret
TXS PPIR RIR KAN NSH MIS STL KTY NAZ CHI FON TX2 24th 80
2006 Andretti Green Racing Dallara IR-05 Honda HI6R V8 HMS STP MOT INDY
3
WGL TXS RIR KAN NSH MIL MIS KTY SNM CHI 24th 35
2007 Andretti Green Racing Dallara IR-05 Honda HI7R V8 HMS STP MOT KAN INDY
13
MIL TXS IOW RIR WGL NSH MDO MIS KTY SNM DET CHI 27th 17

Indianapolis 500 results[edit]

Year Chassis Engine Start Finish Team
1984 March Cosworth 4 5 Kraco
1985 Lola Cosworth 15 8 Kraco
1986 March Cosworth 3 6 Kraco
1987 March Cosworth 9 29 Kraco
1988 March Cosworth 10 4 Kraco
1989 Lola Chevrolet 21 17 Newman/Haas
1990 Lola Chevrolet 5 20 Newman/Haas
1991 Lola Chevrolet 5 2 Newman/Haas
1992 Lola Ford-Cosworth 6 13 Newman/Haas
1994 Reynard Ford-Cosworth 5 6 Ganassi
1995 Lola Ford-Cosworth 4 25 Newman/Haas
2001 Dallara Oldsmobile 21 3 Team Green
2002 Dallara Chevrolet 25 7 Team Green
2003 Dallara Honda 13 27 Andretti Green
2006 Dallara Honda 13 3 Andretti Green
2007 Dallara Honda 11 13 Andretti Green

Further reading[edit]

  • Michael Andretti, Robert Carver & Douglas Carver. Michael Andretti at Indianapolis . Simon & Schuster. ISBN 978-0671752965

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  120. ^ https://www.driverdb.com/championships/standings/indycar-series/2006/
  121. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/yeardet/2006/O
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  123. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/yeardet/2007/O
  124. ^ http://www.oldracingcars.com/results/result.php?RaceID=SV8201
  125. ^ http://www.oldracingcars.com/results/result.php?RaceID=SV8202
  126. ^ http://www.oldracingcars.com/results/result.php?RaceID=SV8206
  127. ^ http://www.oldracingcars.com/results/result.php?RaceID=SV8207
  128. ^ http://www.oldracingcars.com/results/result.php?RaceID=SV8209
  129. ^ http://www.oldracingcars.com/results/result.php?RaceID=SV8211
  130. ^ http://www.teamdam.com/archive/www2/superv/83svrob.html
  131. ^ http://www.champcarstats.com/atlantic/drivers/AndrettiMichael.htm
  132. ^ http://www.champcarstats.com/atlantic/drivers/AndrettiMichael.htm
  133. ^ http://www.champcarstats.com/atlantic/drivers/AndrettiMichael.htm
  134. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1986_Toyota_Grand _Prix_of_Long-Beach/R
  135. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1986_Miller_American_200_in_Honor_of_Rex_Mays/R
  136. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1986_Circle_K_Fiesta_Bowl_200/R
  137. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1987_Miller_American_200_in_Honor_of_Rex_Mays/R
  138. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1987_Marlboro_500/R
  139. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1987_Bosch_Spark_Plug_Grand_Prix/R
  140. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1987_Nissan_Indy_Challenge/R
  141. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1989_Molson_Indy_Toronto/R
  142. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1989_Marlboro_500/R
  143. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1990_Valvoline_Grand_Prix_of_Detroit/R
  144. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1990_Budweiser__G.I._Joe’s_200/R
  145. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1990_Marlboro_Grand_Prix_at_the_Meadowlands/R
  146. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1990_Red_Roof_Inns_200/R
  147. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1990_Texaco-Havoline_200/R
  148. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1991_Miller_Genuine_Draft_200/R
  149. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1991_Budweiser__G.I._Joe’s_200/R
  150. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1991_Budweiser_Grand _Prix_of_Cleveland/R
  151. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1991_Molson_Indy_Toronto/R
  152. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1991_Molson_Indy_Vancouver/R
  153. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1991_Pioneer_Electronics_200/R
  154. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1991_Texaco-Havoline_200/R
  155. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1991_Toyota_Monterey_Grand_Prix/R
  156. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1992_Budweiser__G.I._Joe’s_200/R
  157. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1992_Miller_Genuine_Draft_200/R
  158. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1992_Molson_Indy_Toronto/R
  159. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1992_Molson_Indy_Vancouver/R
  160. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1992_Kodalux_Processing_300/R
  161. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1994 _Australian_FAI_Indy_Car_Grand_Prix/R
  162. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1994_Molson_Indy_Toronto/R
  163. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1995_Molson_Indy_Toronto/R
  164. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1996_Bosch_Spark-Plug_Grand_Prix/R
  165. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1996_Miller_Genuine_Draft_200/R
  166. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1996_ITT_Automotive_Grand_Prix_of_Detroit/R
  167. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1996_Texaco-Havoline_200/R
  168. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1996_Molson_Indy_Vancouver/R
  169. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1997_Marlboro_Grand_Prix_of_Miami_Pres._by_Toyota/R
  170. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1998_Marlboro_Grand_Prix_of_Miami_Pres._by_Toyota/R
  171. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/1999_Motorola_300/R
  172. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/2000_Firestone_Firehawk_500K/R
  173. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/2000_Molson_Indy_Toronto/R
  174. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/2001_Molson_Indy_Toronto/R
  175. ^ http://www.racing-reference.info/race/2002_Toyota_Grand_Prix_of_Long_Beach/R

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Al Unser, Jr.
Robert Bosch US Formula Super Vee
Champion

1982
Succeeded by
Ed Pimm
Preceded by
Dave McMillan
FIA Formula Mondial North American Cup
Champion

1983
Succeeded by
Dan Marvin
Preceded by
Teo Fabi
Indianapolis 500
Rookie of the Year

1984 with:
Roberto Guerrero
Succeeded by
Arie Luyendyk
Preceded by
Bobby Rahal
Marlboro Challenge
winner

1988
Succeeded by
Al Unser, Jr.
Preceded by
Rick Mears
Marlboro Challenge
winner

1991
Succeeded by
Emerson Fittipaldi
Preceded by
Al Unser, Jr.
CART Series
Champion

1991
Succeeded by
Bobby Rahal