Mario Andretti, the 1978 F1 World Champion and 1969 winner of the Indy 500, was on the ground at Indianapolis and spoke with Dutch broadcaster Ziggo Sport about how he intends on convincing Verstappen to make a big career change once he’s claimed his place in the history books in Formula 1.
“Motor racing is a big happy family if you will, all the different disciplines,” he said.
“But for me, I was interested and curious about riding it all, as you can see. I had the passion for all the top disciplines in our sport. And I’ve friends everywhere.

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Mario Andretti Plans To Recruit F1 Ace Max Verstappen To Indy Car

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