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Michael Andretti

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  • Andretti's success gives hope to Grand Prix of Baltimore

    Andretti's success gives hope to Grand Prix of Baltimore
    Ten months ago, IZOD IndyCar Series owner and promoter Michael Andretti and his chief marketing officer John Lopes stood beside the then-Baltimore Grand Prix course and marveled at the crowd and the energy filling the space around them. "This would be...
  • Coffee Companion: July 11, 2012

    Coffee Companion: July 11, 2012
    Each morning, Monday through Friday, we'll hook you up with some reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday. ** Michael Phelps’ work ethic was blasted by U.S. swimmer Tyler Clary, who said it...
  • Gearing up for the Baltimore Grand Prix

    Gearing up for the Baltimore Grand Prix
    Welcome to the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix. I'm Mike Conway, and I'll be your unofficial tour guide for the weekend's events. I'll be writing three more blogs for The Sun, so I'll be here to explain things and help you enjoy the race. I'm sure that...
  • Former Grand Prix group pays tax bill

    Former Grand Prix group pays tax bill
    The organizers of last year's Baltimore Grand Prix made their final payment on their overdue city tax bill this week, the state comptroller's office said Thursday. The payment comes as the city prepares for this year's three-day open-wheel racing...
  • Racing legend Michael Andretti will appear at Giant Food in Parkville

    Racing legend Michael Andretti will appear at Giant Food in Parkville
      IndyCar racing champion Michael Andretti will be at Giant Food in Parkville on Thursday to talk with shoppers and sign autographs. Andretti, CEO of Andretti Sports Marketing, the promoter of the Grand Prix of Baltimore, will be at the store at 7709...
  • 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...
  • Organizers rev up for Grand Prix

    Organizers rev up for Grand Prix
    The first round of gleaming racecars will roar through downtown streets early Friday, marking the start of the second annual three-day open-wheel racing festival — and a victory for city officials and organizers who struggled to resurrect the...
  • Andretti ready to see how many fans show up for Grand Prix

    Andretti ready to see how many fans show up for Grand Prix
    Michael Andretti, wearing his promoter's hat, stopped for a chat in the Baltimore Convention Center on Thursday afternoon. The IndyCar owner, who has taken on the job of organizing the Grand Prix of Baltimore this weekend through his company Andretti...
  • Grand Prix survival depends on convincing fans, businesses it is worth the trouble

    Grand Prix survival depends on convincing fans, businesses it is worth the trouble
    Tony Assadi shakes his head as he looks out over the racetrack for the second Grand Prix of Baltimore, which zooms past his Luna Del Sea restaurant and its outside patio on West Pratt Street. He and his patrons have a clear view — no blue screen...
  • Ryan Hunter-Reay wins 2012 Grand Prix of Baltimore

    Ryan Hunter-Reay wins 2012 Grand Prix of Baltimore
    When rain began to fall as forecast in Sunday's Grand Prix of Baltimore, Ryan Hunter-Reay's car owner Michael Andretti had a game plan. Andretti's bold decision to stick with the treadless slicks used on a dry track — combined with perhaps an...
  • 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...
  • After Grand Prix of Baltimore, Will Power's hold on points chase loosens

    After Grand Prix of Baltimore, Will Power's hold on points chase loosens
    The Grand Prix of Baltimore was IndyCar points leader Will Power's chance to wrap up his first title on a street course, the kind of race track that is his forte. He couldn't do it. Now he has to go to Fontana, Calif., to a 500-mile race on an oval. The...