Andretti adds to his USF2000 team

Andretti adds to his USF2000 team

There are 2 comments on the ESPN story from Mar 28, 2010, titled Andretti adds to his USF2000 team. In it, ESPN reports that:

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Zach Veach has a new contract with Michael Andretti's race team, a book coming out later this year and spends much of his free time trying to persuade people to stop texting while driving.

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Bishop, CA

#1 Mar 28, 2010
It's refreshing to hear about a young man with so much maturity and common sense. Please, Michael, get this kid to Indy. Open wheel racing needs not just American driving talent but drivers who fans can get excited about. As an old timer, who has been going to Indy since 1962, I can get excited about a kid like this.
Mike Wells

Saint Petersburg, FL

#2 Mar 28, 2010
Had the fortunate opportunity to meet Zach Veach at St. Pete yesterday. WOW what a great person one of the most professional people I have met and only 15. If Andretti doesn't take him to Indy I am sure Penskee will.

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