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Mario Andretti - Awards And Accomplishments

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1964 First United States Auto Club Championship in Salem, Indiana
1965 Won two United States Auto Club races
1965 Voted Rookie of the Year at the Indianapolis 500
1965 Championship Auto Racing Teams National Champion
1966 Championship Auto Racing Teams National Champion
1966 Won 14 United States Auto Club races
1967 Won nine United States Auto Club races
1967 Won the 12 Hours of Sebring race
1967 Daytona 500 Champion
1967 Driver of the Year
1968 Won three United States Auto Club races
1969 Indianapolis 500 Champion
1969 Won eight United States Auto Club races
1969 Championship Auto Racing Teams National Champion
1970 Won the 12 Hours of Sebring race
1971 First Formula One victory in South Africa
1972 Won the 12 Hours of Sebring race
1974 United States Auto Club National Dirt Track Champion
1978 Driver of the Year
1978 Formula One World Champion
1979 International Race of Champions titlist
1984 Championship Auto Racing Teams National Champion
1984 Driver of the Year
1985 Electrolux Clean Sweep Award for having won pole and race on five different occasions
1985 Driver of the Year
1987 Won 50th Championship car race at Phoenix
1991 One of four Andrettis to race in the Indianapolis 500
1992 Driver of the Quarter Century
1993 Oldest winner in Championship car history at age 53 at the Phoenix Indy
1999 Named Driver of the Century by the Associated Press (tied with A.J. Foyt)
2000 Named Driver of the Century by RACER magazine
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