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Sentences forMichael Andretti
- For Michael Andretti, the Long Beach Grand Prix has the distinction of being his first career Indy car win (1986), and 42nd and final career IndyCar win (2002).
- His teammate for the season was Michael Andretti, whose departure from CART created the vacancy Mansell filled at Newman-Haas.
- The CART rookie attracted criticism—notably from Michael Andretti and his team for his aggressive style of driving.
- Other CART (also known as ChampCar) champions, like Michael Andretti and Alessandro Zanardi won no races in F1.
- In 1991, Mears won an 18-lap duel with Michael Andretti to win his 4th Indianapolis 500.
- On May 15, 2008, Andretti Green Racing (co-owned by Michael Andretti) purchased the assets of the former Grand Prix of Toronto.
- For 1994, Michael Andretti joined the team, immediately after returning from his failed transition to Formula One in.
- The event was promoted by Andretti Sports Marketing, owned by former Indy driver Michael Andretti, and was billed as the Milwaukee IndyFest.
- Kanaan was then often referred to, along with his team owner Michael Andretti, as one of the best drivers never to win the Indianapolis 500.
- In January 2011, Patrick's contract required her to inform Andretti team owner Michael Andretti of her plans for 2012 and she told him of her intention to leave.
- In 2001, Michael Andretti joined the organization as a satellite team headed by Kim Green, known as Team Motorola.
- Mario's son Michael joined Newman/Haas in 1989.
- His teammate, 1991 IndyCar champion Michael Andretti, fared much worse: he scored only seven points, and was replaced by test driver Mika Häkkinen for the final three rounds of the season.
- It is headed and owned up by former CART series champion Michael Andretti.
- In the, he almost scored his first Grand Prix point (and the team's first that year) but Michael Andretti passed him on the final lap for the sixth and final points-scoring position.
- McLaren hoped to make up for the inferior horsepower with mechanical sophistication, including an effective active suspension system – though the system itself proved difficult at times, especially for new teammate Michael Andretti.
- His son Michael won the next two races in 1986 and 1987.
- Both of Mario Andretti's sons, Michael and Jeff, were auto racers.
- Al Unser Jr. won the 1990 CART race after Michael Andretti ran out of fuel with two laps to go.
- Michael Andretti also entered the fight, but was held back by his son and Kanaan's teammate Marco Andretti.
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