'Celebrity Apprentice': Michael Andretti's brand isn't for sale -- at least not for $30,000


Viewers watched retired IndyCar driver Michael Andretti go home Sunday (March 11) on NBC's "The Celebrity Apprentice," along with the men's project manager Adam Carolla. It was perhaps the most airtime Andretti had received thus far this season."I was a little disappointed in some of the editing," he says during a phone interview Monday, while -- where else -- behind the wheel, on his way to meet up with "Celebrity Apprentice" costar and Orange County Choppers co-founder Paul Teutel Sr. (He says the two are meeting to discuss the possibility of collaborating on a future project.) "I was doing stuff all the time [during the tasks]. They always made it look like I was just standing around."He, like some viewers, was surprised he was fired -- and confused as to why his team lost the challenge."We were all confused -- they never critiqued our task," he says. "We didn't know we were going to be...



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