Mario Andretti has suggested that Ferrari should enter the NTT IndyCar Series as a chassis builder and engine supplier, though admitted regulation changes would be required.
In 1986, Ferrari had built the 637 which was designed to compete in the CART series and was tested by Michele Alboreto at Fiorano, although it was never used for competition.
In an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport, Andretti said the prospect of having The Prancing Horse in the premier American open-wheel series would be an exciting prospect.
“Having Ferrari would be incredible. Not only as an engine supplier, but also as a chassis builder.
“It is clear that the rules should be changed, but I would like an all-Italian Dallara vs. Ferrari battle. The Cavallino would increase interest in the championship, but there is an obstacle in the rules.
“I suggest Binotto comes and proposes an idea to Roger Penske.”