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Andretti Autosport

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Rolando Coronado, IndyCar Mechanic

“You are strapping these guys on a piece of metal that is as fast as a tomahawk missile, and then you are expecting them not to have fatalities,” Coronado says. “Actually, I am surprised in the 17 years I have been doing this that we have not had more.”

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Shifting Gears: The Crossover From Formula One To IndyCar

News of Fernando Alonso skipping the Monaco Grand Prix in favor of running in the Indianapolis 500 sent shockwaves through the global racing community when it broke in April. This is arguably the biggest Indianapolis 500 story since Nigel Mansell joined IndyCar (then CART) following his Formula One World Championship in 1992. Mansell would go […]

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Fernando Alonso Returns to Indianapolis

Fernando Alonso shook up the Formula One world when he announced he would skip the Monaco Grand Prix, a race which he has won twice, to race the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500. Alonso has raced in Indianapolis before, six times in fact, well almost six but we’ll get to that later.  Everyone knows […]

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The Wrecked, Rebuilt Life Of Aldo Andretti

“In my mind, I never actually retired,” Aldo says. “I just stopped doing it. I guess I couldn’t admit to myself that it was over.”

Dean Stoneman
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Driver Dean Stoneman Battles on the Track after Beating Cancer

“I found that as soon as you sit inside and dwell on the fact that you’re ill and could die, that’s when it could get to you. But I just put that behind me.”

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