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Tampa Bay TimesIndyCar's reputation as a destination for drivers around the world is borne out in the 21-car entry list for today's Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. The drivers who will race on the downtown streets hail from 11 countries on five continents; nine are American. But don't be surprised to see the international stars out and about even during the offseason — most live in America now and several call Florida home, including St. Petersburg resident Sebastien Bourdais. The field and five to watch: Scott Dixon
Tampa Bay TimesST. PETERSBURG — Racing legend Mario Andretti is still immersed in the sport, 23 years after driving his last IndyCar event. His son Michael, himself an all-time great driver, owns the successful Andretti Autosport team and Marco Andretti, Mario's grandson, is a two-time race winner entering his 12th season with Michael's team.
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