Young guns are firing up IndyCar

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Young guns are firing up IndyCar

Indianapolis 500 will showcase the new Andretti, Rahal
Graham Rahal, 24, broke Mario Andretti’s record as the youngest winner in IndyCar history five years ago and finished second at Long Beach after making the switch to another new team, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. His father, Bobby, is one of the co-owners and the 1986 Indy winner. The younger Rahal will start 26th in Sunday’s race.
Marco Andretti, 26, also drives for his father, Michael, has had four consecutive top-10 finishes, all on the road and street courses that had caused him so much grief over the years. And during the offseason, Andretti redoubled his efforts to win a championship by seeking advice from a driving coach to help with the nonovals.

Young guns are firing up IndyCar

Graham Rahal, 24, broke Mario Andretti’s record as the youngest winner in IndyCar history five years ago and finished second at Long Beach after making the switch to another new team, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. His father, Bobby, is one of the co-owners and the 1986 Indy winner. The younger Rahal will start 26th in Sunday’s race.
Marco Andretti, 26, also drives for his father, Michael, has had four consecutive top-10 finishes, all on the road and street courses that had caused him so much grief over the years. And during the offseason, Andretti redoubled his efforts to win a championship by seeking advice from a driving coach to help with the nonovals.
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