Happy Birthday Mario and Aldo Andretti
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Mario Andretti and his twin brother Aldo turn 80 today. It is incredible to think that Mario is in such good shape that he still drives the 2-seat IndyCar at 200 mph.
Below we have collected a sampling of tweets wishing Mario a happy 80th birthday. Enjoy.
Happy Birthday @MarioAndretti & Aldo; brave enough to talk to you; you were so gracious to this young race fan & even better, talked racing! No selfies in ‘67, but took couple pix’s pic.twitter.com/Py6q9HWMd2
— Mike Hull (@IndyMHull) February 28, 2020
#HappyBirthday Mario Andretti, 80 years young today. One of the most versatile racing drivers of all time, successful in everything & everywhere, he scored his 18th & final GP pole at Monza in '82, for Ferrari, at the age of 42, & what a fantastic pic this is from that very race. pic.twitter.com/Q1M09kKTQS
— Matt Bishop (@TheBishF1) February 28, 2020
Happy Birthday, Mario Andretti!! ðŸŽ‚#Daytona500 ðŸ�� #Indy500 ðŸ�� #F1Champion ðŸ�† pic.twitter.com/qwpw4rOum0
— NASCAR Legends (@LegendsNascar) February 28, 2020
Happy bday @MarioAndretti . Saluti. pic.twitter.com/BMBXg3ZnmJ
— Marco Andretti (@MarcoAndretti) February 28, 2020
In only his second Daytona 500 try, @MarioAndretti came to @DISUpdates and won the biggest race in @NASCAR.
In honor of Mario's 80th birthday, "Drive Like Andretti" re-airs tonight at 9:30PM ET on NBCSN. pic.twitter.com/8wq5fBw4pz
— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) February 28, 2020
Happy Birthday Mario and Aldo Andretti pic.twitter.com/TXnJ4lKJzr
— Matt Archuleta (@indy44) February 28, 2020
#HappyBirthday to a motorsport great – Mario Andretti turns 80 today.
A winner in F1 (1978 World Champion & winner of 12 Grand Prix), Indy Cars, Sports Cars & NASCAR.
Andretti also won races in midget & sprint car racing.
Â© LAT#F1 pic.twitter.com/D43gJzgcvf
— Grand Prix Racing (1906-2020) (@GPRacingAccount) February 28, 2020
#HappyBirthday to Mario Andretti ðŸ‡ºðŸ‡¸, the 1978 F1 World champion & 12-time GP winner turns 80 today.
Andretti made 128 GP starts (Lotus, March, Ferrari, Parnelli, Alfa Romeo & Williams) during 1968-72 & 1974-82.
Â© LAT#F1 pic.twitter.com/XEHLJlk9mR
— 1970s F1 ðŸ�Žï¸�ðŸ��ðŸ�†ðŸ�¾ (@F11970s) February 28, 2020
This was the win @MarioAndretti wanted more than anything else in the world.
In honor of the legend's 80th birthday, we go back to 1969 when he finally won the #Indy500 at @IMS. pic.twitter.com/XiVWGcj9jN
— IndyCar on NBC (@IndyCaronNBC) February 28, 2020