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Continued: The underdog tale of a snail seeking speed at the Indianapolis 500 could give Indy a boost

  • Article by: JENNA FRYER , AP Auto Racing Writer
  • Last update: July 15, 2013 - 12:20 PM

Andretti, who also worked on the animated "Cars," isn't a huge fan of racing movies, saying "they either overdo it or they totally miss it. I've not seen anything that's realistic." But he was impressed with Soren's team and the focus on every detail.

"They were asking very pertinent questions about what they can incorporate in the film, such as when you go around the corner, you see the rubber marbles fly," Andretti said. "It makes you appreciate the detail that goes into these things. It's a fun, fun story and it can help IndyCar. It's going to pique curiosity.

"When you see something in that format, you want to see the real thing. Indianapolis is still Indianapolis. This is going to strike a chord."

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