With Alexander Rossi's victory at today’s Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, the Andretti Autosport team led by Michael Andretti recorded its 200th race win coming from multiple areas of competition (IndyCar, Indy Lights, Pro Mazda/Indy Pro 2000, USF2000, Global Rallycross, Americas Rallycross, FIA Formula E Championship, ALMS/IMSA).
Having grown and diversified since Andretti became a team owner in 2003, the brand currently competes globally across six areas of competition: INDYCAR, Indy Lights, FIA Formula E Championship, U.S. rallycross, GT4 America and Australian Supercars.
The team’s victories have formed a list of accolades, including five Indianapolis 500 victories, four IndyCar Series championships, three Indy Lights titles, one Pro Mazda championship and one USF2000 championship. Additionally, the team holds two X Games Gold Medals and four U.S. rallycross championships.
The 200 victories have been recorded by a stable of 38 different drivers: -Alexander Rossi -Antonio Felix da Costa -Arie Luyendyk Jr. -Bryan Herta -Carlos Munoz -Colton Herta -Dan Wheldon -Danica Patrick -Dario Franchitti -Dean Stoneman -Frank Montagny -Garrett Grist -James Hinchcliffe -James Rossitier -Jamie Camara -JR Hildebrand -Marco Andretti -Martin Plowman -Matthew Brabham -Nico Jamin -Oliver Askew -Patricio O’Ward -Raphael Matos -Ryan Hunter-Reay -Ryan Norman -Sage Karam -Scott Speed -Sebastian Saavedra -Shelby Blackstock -Spencer Pigot -Stefan Wilson -Takuma Sato -Tanner Foust -Tony Kanaan -Wade Cunningham -Weiron Tan -Zach Veach -Mike Conway
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