Andretti: Mario on Mario

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In Andretti, a unique photographic autobiography, Mario shows us the rarely seen side of race car driving. In his own words, Andretti describes the inherent dangers of his profession and how, as a father, he deals with those dark realities every time one of his two sons steps into a race car. Together with more than 160 photographs, including nearly 70 previously unpublished photos by world-renowned photographer Walter Iooss Jr. Andretti, in his own words, describes his life from the early days in Italy during ...
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Overview

In Andretti, a unique photographic autobiography, Mario shows us the rarely seen side of race car driving. In his own words, Andretti describes the inherent dangers of his profession and how, as a father, he deals with those dark realities every time one of his two sons steps into a race car. Together with more than 160 photographs, including nearly 70 previously unpublished photos by world-renowned photographer Walter Iooss Jr. Andretti, in his own words, describes his life from the early days in Italy during World War II to his present days as a racing legend. Mario writes about himself, his life, and the intense desire that has defined his racing career. He talks about the seven years his family spent in a displaced persons camp after the war and how his decision to come to the United States was an element of fate that had long been predestined. He talks candidly about his devoted family and his wife, Dee Ann, who has stood solid throughout his racing career. He reveals his deepest thoughts on fear and how he forced himself to look beyond the deaths of some of his closest friends. He talks about his twin brother, Aldo, and how they shared everything from dreams to racing helmets until circumstance forced Mario to go on alone. Mario discusses his philosophy of life and work and the intense passion he brings to virtually every moment of his existence. And he explains why he chose the 1994 season to be his last and the reservations that come from going forward without racing.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780002554862
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 10/1/1994
  • Pages: 120

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