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Andretti—Fuji 1976

Andretti—Fuji 1976

Mario Andretti (Lotus 77) wins from pole in atrocious monsoon conditions at the 1976 Japanese GP, better known for James Hunt's 3rd place — earning him the World Championship — and Niki Lauda's courageous withdrawal. Full Article...

Mario Winning In Kyalami

Mario Winning In Kyalami

43 years ago Mario Andretti, driving for Ferrari, won his first F1 race at the South African Grand Prix in Kyalami. Full Article...

Mario’s Somber Title (1978)

Mario’s Somber Title (1978)

Mario Andretti fulfilled his childhood dream of an F1 championship, clinched at Monza, in the most poignant of circumstances. Full Article...

Who Knew They Were Green?

Who Knew They Were Green?

Mario Andretti as defending F1 World Champion in 1979 in the ill-fated Lotus 80 at the height of the ground effects era in Formula One. Full Article...

Grand Prix 1970s Style

Grand Prix 1970s Style

A retro Formula One video by British Leyland profiling the 1977 F1 season. Chapman, Hunt, Lauda, Andretti and more. Full Article...

Watkins Glen 1975

Watkins Glen 1975

Mario Andretti driving the No. 27 Parnelli-Cosworth during the 1975 U.S. Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, New York. Full Article...

Canadian Grand Prix 1978

Canadian Grand Prix 1978

The 1978 Formula One season was all about the dominating Lotus 79 ground effects "wing car," but at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, Gilles Villeneuve came home to take his first Grand Prix victory in the Ferrari 312T3. Full Article...

McLaren’s 50 Greatest Drivers

McLaren’s 50 Greatest Drivers

McLaren has begun a series — compiled by AutoSport’s Alan Henry — profiling the 50 greatest drivers to pilot the team’s cars over the years. Appropriately, Michael Andretti is #49. 1993 was the season in which the American tried to master a difficult McLaren without testing and while Full Article...

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