One inherited a racing empire, the other inherited La Cosa Nostra. But which second-generation Italian-American wins in a head-to-head battle? Let's go to the facts.
|Mario, named driver of the century by the Associated Press in 1999.||Edge MC||Don Vito, once assured a man "that either his brains, or his signature, would be on the contract." That's a true story. |
|Younger brother Jeff, a disappointment on the track, works for Michael.||Edge MA||Older brother Fredo, a disappointment in every sense of the word, was ordered killed by Michael.|
|HEIR TO THE THRONE|
|Oldest son, Marco, races on the CART Stars of Tomorrow series, plans to follow in the footsteps of his father.||Edge MA||Only son, Anthony, dropped out of law school to become an opera singer, vowed never to work
for his father.|
|The Unsers||Edge MA||The Tattaglias|
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|Andretti Green Racing, Michael Andretti Powersports, Andretti Toyota, Andretti Mitsubishi, Andretti Hanna Carwashes, Andretti Petroleum and Speedmart Stores, Andretti Signature Line Apparel, Andretti Enterprises and Andretti Global Development Corp.||Edge MC||Genco Olive Oil, numerous Nevada casinos and another in Cuba, communications companies and the multibillion-dollar, Vatican-run, corrupt
|His first competition was the 1980 Formula Ford race at Watkins Glen, which he won.||Edge MC||Whacked McCluskey and Sollozzo with the gun Clemenza taped to the back of the toilet at Louis' Restaurant
in the Bronx.|
|"I've decided that I want to be a team owner full time (after this year's Indy 500)."||Edge MC||"Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in."|
|The all-time Champ Car victory leader among current drivers with 42.||Edge MC||Ordered the death of 10 people, including his brother-in-law and one of his father's oldest associates. All were carried out within hours of one another.|
|Takes one last run at the elusive Indy 500, today.||Edge MA||Falls off a chair, dies alone, while a dog sniffs his body.|
Winner: It's a tie (5-5). So what have we learned? Well, driving a car at more than 200 mph while earning millions of dollars is pretty cool. But then again, so is organized crime.