Formula 1: A new racing team?  He is already

Formula 1: A pre-completion deal? ‘I’m sure we’re getting close to the target’

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Will there be a new team soon? Formula 1? Michael Andretti, son of former world champion Mario Andretti, wants to enter the motorsports premiere class in 2024.

No decision has yet been made, but Andretti is doing his best to get started Formula 1 to accomplish. Father Mario reported the latest case.

Formula 1: A pre-completion deal?

At the race in Miami, Mario Andretti naturally took the opportunity to step back from Formula 1. Then he explained on Sky’s microphone the latest state of the negotiations.

One thing is clear: Michael Andretti definitely wants to get into Formula 1 with his team. It should be ready in 2024, but no decision has yet been made.

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“The goal is there. We work on it every day. It is about creating a win-win situation. Everyone should be happy. We are ready to do it. Everything is now on the table. We are trying to come to a conclusion. We are positive I think,” says Mario Andretti. There are no unreasonable demands.”

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Formula 1: Andretti ‘confident’

He continues, “I am confident that we are close to our goal.” But: Andretti doesn’t want to wait long to make a decision.




“It is very important that such a decision is made quickly. I have already paid for it. It is a lot of money, we take risks, but we are willing to take it. Motorsports is our life,” Mario Andretti said on Sky.

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Last year, Andretti was on the verge of buying the Alfa Romeo team, but the deal fell through shortly before its completion. According to Mario Andretti, there were disagreements about driving skills. (FS)


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