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It'd be 'sweet' to see Andretti name back in F1 says Mario

Former Formula 1 world champion Mario Andretti says that he would be delighted to see the family name back on the Grand Prix grid in the future. The Italian-born American racing icon took part in 128 races during his F1 career that spanned 1968 until 1982. His son Michael made a further 13 starts for McLaren in 1993. Michael has since gone on to run the highly successful Andretti Autosports business, predominantly focussed on the US IndyCar open wheel championship. Read also: Grosjean reportedly signs up with Andretti Autosport for 2022 But last month there were strong rumours linking Andretti to a move into F1, with a buy out of either Haas F1 or Sauber (currently racing as Alfa Romeo)...
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