Elder Andretti sees light at end of tunnel
Mario Andretti spent more than a decade playing for the enemy, so to speak, during the long feud that almost destroyed Indy car racing.
He was an outcast from Indianapolis Motor Speedway -- the place he loves, the place where he won in 1969 and the place that often broke his heart.
Andretti was a supporter of a rival league (CART/Champ Car) and a vocal critic of former IMS president Tony George and the new Indy Racing League that George formed in the mid-1990s.
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