The Andretti family was out in full force in New York on Thursday where the clan unveiled the livery of the #98 car that will be raced by Marco Andretti in next month's Indy 500.
This year's event will mark 50 years since Mario's famous 1969 triumph at the Brickyard.
That milestone will be honored at Indy by his grandson with his day-glow red #98 U.S. Concrete/Curb Honda racing in the colors of the BrawnerHawk/Ford that his grandfather steered to Victory Lane half a century ago.
Both cars were on display in the Big Apple yesterday, and Mario admitted it was an emotional gathering.
"This is more than just a throw back for me," he wrote on Twitter.
"It's hard to put into words how I feel about my son @michaelandretti and his race team Andretti Autosport @FollowAndretti paying tribute to me this way."
For all its extraordinary legacy in IndyCar, but because of countless instances of bad luck, the Andretti family has only that single 1969 win to its credit.
C'mon Marco, chase down that bottle of milk!