Join NTT for an intimate roundtable with three generations of INDYCAR drivers: Mario Andretti, Dario Franchitti and Felix Rosenqvist.
As the second half of our two-part INDYCAR series, our panelists will discuss the evolution of the sport, the role of technology in racing and how athlete preparation has evolved from the 1960s to today. You won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind discussion among three racing giants.
| Unique perspectives from professional INDYCAR drivers themselves|
| The evolution of INDYCAR racing from the 1960s to the present|
| The ways data and technology has changed for the better (or worse) for drivers and teams|
Often called a living legend, Andretti is one of the most—if not the most—accomplished drivers in the world. In INDYCAR, Mario is a four-time series champion and an Indianapolis 500 winner. He’s the all-time lap leader, all-time leader in pole positions won, and the second-winningest driver in series history. He’s also the only driver to have raced across four different decades. To this day, he remains the only driver in history to have won the Indy 500, NASCAR’s Daytona 500 and a Formula One championship.
Franchitti, a staple in the INDYCAR paddock since 2002, was one of the stalwarts of the modern era and considered among the greatest in the sport. During his 11-year INDYCAR career, he won four series championships and three Indianapolis 500s. You’ll often see him in the paddock today in a coaching capacity for Chip Ganassi Racing.
Rosenqvist may still be new to the series, but his 2019 rookie season showed the promise of a future star. He captured the pole position at the INDYCAR Grand Prix, led laps during the Indianapolis 500, recorded two runner-up finishes, and ultimately captured rookie-of-the-year honors. Earlier this season, he won his first INDYCAR race at Road America. If Rosenqvist is any indication of where INDYCAR is headed, we want to be there right along with him.