The name Andretti is iconic when it comes to IndyCar racing.  There have been three generations of Andretti’s behind the wheel and competing in the open wheel sport.

Looking to branch out a bit, Michael Andretti and joined forces with IMSA legends Wayne Taylor Racing to run in the IMSA series.

Sporting a multi winning Rolex 24 team, Wayne Taylor Racing’s trophy case also include two IMSA championships.

Later this month, IMSA itself will make history by allowing hybrid engines in the LMDh class of cars when they open the season on the road course of Daytona International Speedway for the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona.  The addition of hybrid technology in IMSA has attracted some new manufacturers to the sport.

Speaking on the partnership, Andretti said, “this is an exciting time for us.  Re-entering IMSA full time, and at this level, has been a goal of mine. I wanted it to be the right opportunity and at the right time – and we’ve found that.”

Wayne Taylor also spoke on the new partnership saying, “it’s an honor to be partnering with a name like Andretti as we enter a new era of racing.  While our 2023 program won’t look much different, there is a lot that Andretti Autosport can offer to us as we continue to build and expand.”

But for the 2023 Rolex 24 Andretti will run in the IMSA’s LMP3 category with Jarett Andretti.

Along with his foray into IMSA, Andretti is also seeking to field two cars in Formula One.

Andretti Autosports and Wayne Taylor Racing are hoping to share a new 575,000 square foot headquarters in 2025.  The building is located in Fishers, Indiana.