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Andretti to rebrand ahead of potential F1 move

An important rebrand for the team to align their American team with the global operations.

Michael Andretti
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Andretti Autosport will rebrand to 'Andretti Global' which is the identity previously named as the parent company to the US-based racing team.

The rebrand comes after they announced their intentions to join the Formula 1 grid with US car maker Cadillac, with the FIA set to make final decision soon on whether their bid was successful.

RacingNews365 understands from sources familiar with the matter that the rebranding was planned irregardless of whether the F1 entry bid is successful or not.

The name change will see the Andretti Global logo adopted and align the American team with its global operations, which compete in eight motorsport platforms across six continents including IndyCar and Formula E.

Andretti took the drivers title with British driver Jake Dennis in the all-electric championship in 2023, and will compete as Andretti Global from Season 10 with pre-season testing set for October.

Rebrand 'major milestone'

"I’m proud of what Andretti Autosport has accomplished over the years, and all the memories that have come with so many special moments," said Michael Andretti, Chairman and CEO of Andretti Global.

"Just as proud as I am of our past, I’m equally excited about our future. As we continue to expand and build a global racing institution, our goal is to be engrained in the culture of our fans, teams and partners.

"This rebrand is a major milestone in our team’s journey, but we are only getting started.

"We are determined to achieve success and confident that there are big things in store for Andretti Global."

RacingNews365 recently spoke exclusively with Mario Andretti, with the 1978 F1 World Champion believing the team was well set having followed the application process.

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