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Andretti Autosport

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  • Introducing Ryan Hunter-Reay, IndyCar driver and our new blogger

    Introducing Ryan Hunter-Reay, IndyCar driver and our new blogger
    Welcome to my first blog for The Baltimore Sun. I’ll be writing regularly leading up to the Grand Prix of Baltimore in September, and I’m excited to be able to share my IndyCar experiences with you. First, a quick introduction. I’m Ryan...
  • Grand Prix of Baltimore: Driver bios

    Grand Prix of Baltimore: Driver bios
    No. 26 Marco Andretti Age: 25 Country: United States Racing team: Andretti Motorsport Driver points: 237, 16th place, 185 behind leader Top finish in 2012: Andretti finished second behind teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay at the Iowa Corn Indy 250 on June...
  • Veach, 17, moving up the ladder in Indy car racing

    Veach, 17, moving up the ladder in Indy car racing
    Everyone knows there are major differences between 17-year-old race car drivers and 30-something race car drivers. But it couldn't be better illustrated than the activity of Star Mazda driver Zach Veach Wednesday and IndyCar drivers Will Power and Ryan...
  • Carpenter suffers first DNF of season in Grand Prix of Baltimore

    Carpenter suffers first DNF of season in Grand Prix of Baltimore
    Ed Carpenter, the only driver who had finished the previous 13 events on this year's IndyCar Series circuit, did not make it to the end Sunday in the Grand Prix of Baltimore. The same chicane where Carpenter's car went airborne Saturday turned out to...
  • Weather turns Grand Prix of Baltimore into guessing game for IndyCar teams

    Weather turns Grand Prix of Baltimore into guessing game for IndyCar teams
    Rain tires are meant for wet racetracks. Slick tires drive best on a dry course. It doesn't take a Firestone engineer to figure that out. What had Ryan Hunter-Reay muttering a prayer to Mother Nature early in Sunday's IndyCar Series Grand Prix of...
  • Andretti's team rules Long Beach

    LONG BEACH, Calif. Ryan Hunter-Reay didn't know exactly what was happening. The dash board of No. 28 DHL car lit up like a circuit board, all the lights flashing at once as he approached the final lap of Saturday's qualifying for the Toyota Grand Prix...
  • Mike Conway wins IndyCar Long Beach Grand Prix

    Mike Conway wins IndyCar Long Beach Grand Prix
    The first half of the 40th Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach generally was a stately affair. There were no major accidents, though Sebastien Bourdais slammed into the tire barriers twice, and Ryan Hunter-Reay maintained the lead with apparent ease. Then...
  • Conway wins Long Beach race; Andretti eighth

    The Sports Xchange LONG BEACH, Calif. — Ed Carpenter's decision to put a road course standout in his Verizon IndyCar Series car this season paid off Sunday when Mike Conway won the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Carpenter, the owner-driver of Ed...
  • Ryan Hunter-Reay wins pole position for Long Beach Grand Prix

    Ryan Hunter-Reay wins pole position for Long Beach Grand Prix
    Ryan Hunter-Reay won the pole position for Sunday's Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, a race the former Verizon IndyCar Series champion won in 2010. Hunter-Reay, who drives for the Andretti Autosport team, turned a lap of 104.462 mph on the 11-turn, 1....
  • Going into Grand Prix of Long Beach, Tony Kanaan is where he belongs

    Going into Grand Prix of Long Beach, Tony Kanaan is where he belongs
    No matter where he starts Sunday's race, veteran IndyCar driver Tony Kanaan believes he is sitting pretty. Kanaan, a fan favorite who won the Indianapolis 500 for the first time last year, was hired by the powerhouse team of Target Chip Ganassi Racing...
  • Does IndyCar still have the excitement?

    By the time IndyCar rolls into the Milwaukee Mile and that'll be a lot later this season than we're trained to expect many questions will have answers . . . or at least the seeds of answers. Does Juan Pablo Montoya still have it? Will new scenery help...
  • Marco Andretti injures hand in controversial crash at IndyCar opener

    Marco Andretti injures hand in controversial crash at IndyCar opener
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Will Power went to Victory Lane on Sunday in the Verizon IndyCar Series' season-opening race, but controversy followed him there. Power led the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg when the first restart came on Lap 82. He...