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- Michael followed in his father's footsteps by winning the IndyCar title, with Mario's nephew John Andretti joining the series in 1988.
- During a pit stop sequence while under caution for a crash by teammate John Andretti Kanaan improved from 12th to 4th place.
- Busch is only the third driver to cross over between NASCAR and NHRA, the other two being Richard Petty and John Andretti.
- Hunter-Reay struggled to qualify for the race and on Bump Day at 5:52 p.m. Hunter-Reay was bumped from the field by John Andretti.
- The father/son team returned in with Mario's nephew John.
- Michael Andretti won the race, second went to his cousin John, and third to his father Mario.
- In 1998, journeyman John Andretti was hired and he gave the team three Top 5’s in his first year, and another win at Martinsville the following.
- Dorsey Schroeder and John Andretti are among the few full-time professional drivers who cut their teeth in the series.
- The burns prevented him from finishing two races where he was relieved by Martin Truex Jr. (at New Hampshire) and his DEI teammate John Andretti (at Pocono) in the middle of the races.
- The 2006 Busch Series ROTY runner-up John Andretti was a veteran of the Cup Series but had made only one prior Busch Series start, making him eligible for the award.
- The team expanded to two cars, fielding Fabi in the #4 Foster's/Quaker State March 90P-Porsche and John Andretti in the #41 Foster's March 90P-Porsche.
- He is also the godfather of driver John Andretti.
- In the summer of that year, Fittipaldi became the driver of the illustrious #43 car after John Andretti (cousin of Christian's former CART teammate Michael Andretti) was let go.
- He was replaced mid-season by John Andretti.
- 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.
- Green fared no better than 16th in 12 races and was replaced by John Andretti.
- Failed to qualify: Kyle Petty (#45), John Andretti (#34)
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