Featuring racing at a combination of superspeedways, short ovals, road courses and temporary street circuits, the IndyCar Series is the premier level of American open-wheel racing. Reaching speeds up to 235 mph, IndyCar offers its fans and drivers with the most excitement and diverse challenges in motorsport. More information on the Verizon IndyCar Series can be found here.Learn more
Honda Performance Development is the technical operations center for Honda’s high-performance racing engines. A twin-turbo V6 Honda engine is what each Andretti Autosport IndyCar entry is powered by. Honda and Andretti Autosport have won 46 races together since 2003.Learn more
The DW-12, designed and produced by Italian manufacturer Dallara, is the chassis that is used by every participant in the Verizon IndyCar Series. Made of carbon fiber, Kevlar and other composites, the monocoque contains the cockpit (where the driver sits), fuel cell and front suspension. The engine is a stressed member of the chassis with the rear assembly containing the bellhousing, gearbox and rear suspension. The road/short oval/street construction weighs approximately 1,575 pounds while the superspeedway composition weighs around 1,545 pounds.Learn more
Firestone has been a supplier of tires for IndyCar since 1996 and has been the sole tire supplier since 2000. As of December 2012, IndyCar and Firestone signed a contract extension that will see the partnership in place through 2018. The Firestone Firehawks are mounted on 15-inch rims with front tires approximately 10 inches wide with rear tires at approximately 14 inches wide.Learn more
Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires is the final step of the Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires - a progression of series leading to the Verizon IndyCar Series (the AAA series of the minors to IndyCar as the majors in baseball terms). Each year, the Indy Lights champion is awarded a scholarship to use toward IndyCar which guarantees competing in three races including the Indianapolis 500 the following season. The season is a blend of five road courses, two street circuits and three ovals with six doubleheader rounds. All events are in support of the Verizon IndyCar Series with the crown jewel of the season being the Freedom 100 which occurs on Carb Day in May on the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval.Learn more
A 2.0-liter turbocharged Mazda MZR-R (developed in conjunction with AER) produces 450 HP with 50 HP push-to-pass high-speed overtaking. The new Mazda engine is capable of running the full season without a rebuild.
The Dallara IL-15 was a new chassis for the 2015 season and features a single-seat, open-wheel chassis similar to the DW-12, also produced by Dallara, which is used in the Verizon IndyCar Series. The new IL-15 features paddle shifters and push-to-pass.
Cooper Tires is the sole supplier of tires in all series of the Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires.Learn more
Formed in 2010, Global Rallycross is considered the X Games of motorsport as most of the drivers come from various action sports including skateboarding, motocross and other motorsport series. Races consist of tight turns, a jump and a variety of surfaces like gravel, dirt and tarmac cover short-distance tracks which make for a fast paced, exciting race for fans. Andretti has partnered with manufacturer Volkswagen to run the VW Beetle GRC in all events. Each event consists of two rounds of heat races, which set the field for the semi-final. The entire field is split in two groups for the semi-final where the top-three finishers from each group advance to the main event. All drivers who do not move on to the main event receive the chance to compete in LCQ or Last Chance Qualifier for the final remaining spots to make 10 cars competing in the main event.Learn more
The Beetles are equipped with four cylinder engines with turbocharger and intercooling with a 2.0 litre displacement with a power output of 560 HP.
Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross races two Volkswagen Beetles that are FIA and GRC-conformant reinforced steel bodied.Learn more
Our Beetles use B.F. Goodrich competition tires (240/640 R17).
The FIA Formula E Championship is a ground-breaking single-seater championship and the world’s first fully-electric racing series. With its global footprint, racing in major cities and countries around the world, the series represents a vision for the future of the motor industry, serving as a framework for Research & Development around the electric vehicle, accelerating general interest in these cars and promoting clean energy and sustainability. Formula E operates as an open championship, allowing teams and manufacturers the opportunity to showcase their own electrical drivetrain innovations.Learn more
For Season 3 Andretti Technologies provides the complete electric powertrain including the rear suspension, software and electronics. The electric motor is linked to a three-speed paddle-shift sequential transmission developed by ATEC and manufactured by Hewland. The battery is supplied by Williams Advanced Engineering which is capable of producing up to 200kW.
The chassis, brakes, steering and front suspension are provided by Spark Racing Technology with the monocoque made from carbon fiber and aluminum constructed in association with Dallara. Being super lightweight and incredibly strong, the FIA has crash-tested it to the same standards of those in place for Formula One.
Michelin, the Official Tire Partner of Formula E, has developed a bespoke 18-inch treaded tire unique to the series. Entrants use the same tire in both the wet and dry conditions and the tires are durable enough to last an entire race.Learn more