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ALEXANDER ROSSI RETURNS TO ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT

  INDIANAPOLIS (Oct. 3, 2016) – Reigning Indianapolis 500 champion and 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series Rookie of the Year Alexander Rossi will remain in the American open-wheel series with Andretti-Herta Autosport. “Alexander showed tremendous growth this year and we are excited to welcome him back to the team,” said team owner Michael Andretti. “In his first IndyCar season, […]

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ANDRETTI-HERTA AUTOSPORT CONFIRMS 2017 PARTNERSHIP

ANDRETTI – HERTA AUTOSPORT CONFIRMS 2017 PARTNERSHIP INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 30, 2016) – Andretti Autosport announced today that the team has extended its Indianapolis 500 race-winning partnership with Bryan Herta Autosport through the 2017 season. “We’re happy to have Bryan back with the team for 2017,” expressed owner of Andretti Autosport, Michael Andretti. “His team fits […]

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INDIANAPOLIS 500: QUALIFYING & PRACTICE RECAP

QUALIFYING Qualifying for the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race began yesterday as teams lined pit lane to make their initial attempts with one goal – finish the day in the “Top Nine”. The No. 98 NAPA AUTO PARTS/ Curb car was fourth on track to qualify and rookie Alexander Rossi clocked an impressive […]

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Bryan Herta Autosport – Long Beach Weekend Recap

THE RACE Starting from the 16th position, Alexander Rossi and the Andretti Herta Autosport team showed consistent and competitive pace throughout the entire race, running as high as 11th.  The No. 98 Castrol Edge/ Curb Honda suffered from a difficult second pit stop. As the car came into the pits, the machine stalled and struggled […]

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