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Bryan Herta Autosport joined with
Andretti Autosport in 2016, winning
the 100th Indianapolis 500 with driver
Marco became part-owner in that
division creating the team, Andretti
Herta Autosport with Marco Andretti &
This year marked the 50th anniver-
sary of Mario Andretti winning the
In honor of that, Marco's Dallara
was painted similarly to Mario's
1969 Brawner Hawk Ford.
After announcing that he would be stepping away from full-time
IndyCar competition after the 2020 season, Marco returned to
compete in the 105th Running of the Indianapolis 500.
This was his 16th start in the race.
Marco was 19 at his first Indy 500, the second youngest driver ever, at the time.
After a 3-year hiatus from racing, his dad returned so he could race him.
(Michael Andretti was 21 at his first Indy 500 in 1984 - and raced his dad, Mario.)
Marco passed Michael for the lead of the Indy 500 on lap 197 of 200. As Marco approached the checkered
flag, he was passed by Sam Hornish, Jr., who won by .0635 of a second. Michael finished in 3rd behind
Like his father and grandfather, Marco was the Indy 500 Rookie of the Year.
In August, Marco became the youngest IndyCar winner when he won Sonoma.
Marco was the 2006 IndyCar Rookie of the Year.
Michael Andretti returned for the final time to race in the Indy 500 and finished 13th.
Marco crashed and finished in 24th. Dario Franchitti, driving for Andretti Green Racing,
won the race.
Marco had 4 podium finishes including 3rd in the Indy 500.
Marco won his first pole at Milwaukee, becoming the youngest driver to do so.
|At Iowa Speedway, Marco won his 2nd IndyCar race.
Marco swapped his car #27 with Alex Rossi's #98
Marco won the pole for the Indy 500.
Marco won 3 races during his year in
the Infiniti Pro Series (Indy Lights)
as of 2022
42 Top 5s
107 top 10s
1035 laps led
|Marco grabbed 2nd at Barber Motorsports Park and finished 3rd in the Indy 500.
|Marco finished 6th in the Indy 500 and grabbed 2nd at Detroit and 3rd at Fontana.
Marco had 3 podium finishes including 3rd in the
Marco finished 2nd at the Iowa Speedway.
Marco had 2 podiums and finished 4th in the
Marco moved up to IndyCar, driving for Andretti Green Racing.
Buffalo Wild Wings
Mutual of Omaha
U.S. Air Force
Marco's Sponsors Through the Years
Military to Motorsports
Ruoff Home Mortgage
United Fiber and Data
Marco returned to race in the 106th Indy 500, in which he led 3
laps. He also raced in the Camping World SRX Series last year
and won the championship this year, competing against past and
current IndyCar and Nascar Cup champions.