Andretti Global to Build Racing and Tech HQ in Fishers, IN - Engine Builder Magazine

Andretti Global to Build Racing and Tech HQ in Fishers, IN

Andretti Global, the parent company of Andretti Autosport, has announced plans for a new global motorsports headquarters in Fishers, Indiana. The team intends to build a 575,000-square-foot facility that will occupy approximately 90 acres alongside the Nickel Plate Trail, the Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve and near the Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport. The new global headquarters is expected to add up to 500 jobs to the local community by early 2026.

“Indiana holds an important place in the history of racing, and in my career as a driver and an owner; I’m happy to confirm that the Racing Capital of the World will continue to be the home of our global racing efforts for a long time to come,” said Andretti Global Chairman and CEO Michael Andretti. 

The $200 million facility is planned to serve as the headquarters of Andretti’s global commercial functions and the base of operations for the team’s current NTT IndyCar Series, Indy Lights, IMSA programs and other future racing initiatives.

 In addition to day-to-day operations for the racing team, the building will be home to advanced research and development, and the collaborative campus will feature modern technologies to “create a work-life environment for the benefit of our team, fans and partners.”

Andretti Global will also welcome the Indiana community and race fans worldwide through involvement with the Fishers Parks Nature First program, a planned indoor amphitheater, and a museum and innovation center aimed at preserving and showcasing the Andretti legacy and inspiring the future of motorsports.

The team, led by Michael Andretti, operates worldwide in seven racing championships and across eight types of motorsports with 17 full-time drivers.

For the complete details, visit the announcement here or visit andrettiautosport.com.

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