Andretti: text by Mario Andretti ; foreword by Paul Newman ; edited by Mark Vancil

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Collins Publishers San Francisco, Oct 20, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 120 pages
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Mario Andretti is auto racing's definition of “Been There, Won That.” His professional driving career spanned more than four decades and includes the Formula One driver’s title (1978), an Indy 500 win (1969), the Daytona 500 (1967), and four CART/USAC open-wheel racing national championships. Andretti has been called Mr. Versatile, known for driving everything from USAC sprint cars on the dirt to IndyCars, sports racing prototypes, and of course F1. He was Newman Haas Racing's first driver when the team was formed in 1982, raced there for 12 seasons, and is considered one of Paul Newman's closest friends.

Mark Vancil is president of Rare Air Media, a publishing and communications company based in Winnetka, Illinois, that has produced dozens of award-winning books and custom publishing programs for sports, publishing and entertainment clients.

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