2020 Marco Andretti Signed Indianapolis GP Race Used Andretti Autosport IndyCar Suit
OMP suit worn at Indianapolis race 2 (IndyCar Harvest GP) by Marco Andretti during the 2020 IndyCar season. Automation DRV PNK suit was worn in support of October Breast Cancer awareness month and in support of the Drive Pink Campaign, Autonation’s cancer fundraising initiative.
Andretti, the third-generation IndyCar driver from Nazareth, Pa., stepped out of his full-time role with Andretti Autosport for 2021. His 249 career starts have netted him a pair of race wins — in 2006 at Sonoma Raceway and in 2011 at Iowa Speedway — but his signature runs have been in the Indianapolis 500.
Andretti nearly won the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing” as a rookie in 2006, and with more experience he might have held off the charging Sam Hornish Jr. in a Team Penske car. Andretti was edged out at the finish line, the closest he’s been to winning the race his grandfather, Mario, famously won in 1969.
Andretti has continued to perform well at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, finishing third on three occasions (2008, 2010 and 2014) while compiling eight top-10 finishes in 16 starts. His latest shining moment came in 2020 when he won the pole.
Marco has signed the suit on the chest in black marker pen.
The suit comes from Andretti’s personal collection and comes with a Certificate Of Authenticity.