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Mario Andretti to appear on 'CBS Sunday Morning'

Auto racing legend Mario Andretti stepped away from driving full time in 1994, but even now at 77, he's able to push a racecar to 180 mph, as he shows Mo Rocca (pictured below, with Mario) during an interview for CBS SUNDAY MORNING to be broadcast Sunday, March 19 (9:00 a.m. ET) on the CBS Television Network. "I just love my driving," Andretti says after giving Rocca a high-speed thrill ride around the Sonoma Raceway. "I just can't get enough. I'm an adrenaline junkie. You know, and without adrenaline I'd die." Andretti is far from giving up on his adrenaline fix. He is still involved in the sport that made him an international superstar, but more as an advisor than a...
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