I was going to ask you the about paint color on the Camaro (then I saw it was answered), but now I have to strongly object to this statement. @ildd is right, Mario Andretti is a driver who fully deserved to get honored. Do you think everyone who raced back then didn't know that there was a legitimate chance of death? No, they all knew the risks and carried them equally. Just because Mario didn't die doesn't he shouldn't be honored, cus they went through a lot more hell back in Mario's days than they did in the late 80's early 90's. The cars were far more dangerous and safety wasn't even a thought on the minds of the sanctioning bodies. You don't think all the deaths in the sport that Mario went through was worth anything at all? Mario's world championship, which should have been one of the greatest times of his life, couldn't even be enjoyed or celebrated because of the death of teammate and close personal friend Ronnie Peterson in the final race of the year. To say that Mario doesn't at all deserve to be acknowledged is a stupid thing to say. Mario had a tougher road to get into racing than anyone else and he's the greatest racing driver the world has seen thus far. He very well deserved it and if you knew you're stuff you would know that. In fact I would like to see Mario honored with the same type of content as Senna got, we already got the equivalent to the kart.