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MARCO’S MANY RIDES
Bonus points for anyone who can name all these different types of machines Marco Andretti has driven throughout his career. Impressive.
My friend reminded me how many different machines I have been so lucky to drive. This is cool! #F1 #indycar #a1gp #formulae #indylights #p1 #p2 #v8supercars #tq #motogp #dp #formulatr #skipbarber #gokarts #formulamazda #exr
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DANCING WITH THE STARS 2.0?
Maybe, maybe not. You can be the judge. Another question would be, does anyone think Robert Wickens knew Jack Harvey was rolling the camera as he “got after it?” Nah, we didn’t think so, either. This gem ended up for all in the Twitterverse to enjoy. Thanks, Jack.
BFF BIRTHDAY WISHES
There’s nothing quite like a warm birthday wish from one Indy car legend to another. Mario Andretti joined in on the barrage of birthday wishes for longtime friend, sometimes heated rival and four-time Indy 500 winner A.J. Foyt on Jan. 16. Follow the trail of replies.
Thanks Mario! We’ll let him know! AJ doesn’t tweet 😉.
I'm making him a cake, which I only do for my BFF
He did ask “What the hell is BFF?”
ROSSI’S LIVERY LOVE
Alexander Rossi gave Twitter followers several great looks at his No. 27 NAPA Auto Parts Honda and succinctly expressed his feelings with the hashtag #missheralready after only a couple days away from the ride he tested last week at Sebring International Raceway.
SUNDAY NOT SO FUN DAY
This picturesque moment of Simon Pagenaud and a young race fan surfaced on his Twitter account and their two faces say it all. We know the feeling, little guy, not every Sunday can be a fun day.
WINNERS DRINK MILK
In the past week, National Milk Day was celebrated across the country. Fittingly, here are some reminders from the Chip Ganassi Racing and Andretti Autosport team Twitter accounts that there is no better place for a drink of milk than victory lane at the Indianapolis 500.