With a name like Andretti, expectations are high when you enter the world of racing. Based in Indianapolis, Indiana, and led by racing legend Michael Andretti, the Andretti Autosport team fields multiple entries in the NTT IndyCar Series, Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires Championship and Pirelli GT4 Americas.
Also under the Andretti racing umbrella are its Andretti Formula E program completing in the ABB FIA Formula-E Championship, and the four-time rallycross championship team, Andretti Rallycross, competing in Americas Rallycross.
Additionally, the team competes as Walkinshaw Andretti United in the Australian Supercars category through a partnership with Walkinshaw Racing and United Autosports.
The Global racing enterprise boasts over 200 total race wins, four IndyCar Series championships, three Indy Lights titles, one Indy Pro 2000 and one USF2000 championship, and has captured victory five times at the famed Indianapolis 500-Mile Race.
Indy Lights Series
The Road to Indy is one of the most successful driver development programs in the world, providing a unique, scholarship-funded path to reach the Verizon IndyCar Series and Indianapolis 500.
Sanctioned by INDYCAR, the Road to Indy provides drivers, teams and sponsors an opportunity to gain valuable experience on and off the track while following a clear-cut path of progression through three development series: Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda, the Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires and Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires.
Indy Lights has produced some of the NTT IndyCar Series’ biggest names during its 33-year history. Its 100+ graduates include Scott Dixon, James Hinchcliffe, Tony Kanaan and Josef Newgarden to name a few. More recently, several Indy Lights champions and front-runners have gone on to pursue their dream of racing in the NTT IndyCar Series and the famed Indianapolis 500. Among them are 2018 champion Patricio O’Ward, 2018 vice champion Colton Herta, 2017 champion Kyle Kaiser, 2016 champion Ed Jones, 2015 champion Spencer Pigot, 2014 champion Gabby Chaves as well as recent graduates Jack Harvey, Matheus Leist, Felix Rosenqvist and Zach Veach.
HAVE PARTICIPATED IN THE ROAD TO INDY SINCE ITS INCEPTION
26 ROAD TO INDY DRIVERS
WERE ON THE INDYCAR STARTING GRIDS IN 2019
HAVE BEEN INDYCAR WINNERS
23 OF THE 33 INDY 500 STARTERS IN 2019
WERE INDY LIGHTS GRADUATES, INCLUDING NINE INDY LIGHTS CHAMPIONS
Indy Lights Race Series Markets
|Road America (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)|
|Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course (Indianapolis, Indiana)|
|Mid Ohio Sports Car Course (Columbus, Ohio)|
|Indianapolis Motor Speedway Freedom 100 (Indianapolis, Indiana)|
|Lucas Oil Raceway (Indianapolis, Indiana)|
|World Wide Technology Raceway (Madison, Illinois)|
|Portland International Raceway (Portland, Oregon)|
|WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca (Monterey, California)|
|Streets of St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg, Florida)|