Andretti working hard, having fun on 'Celebrity Apprentice'
Former IndyCar driver and now team owner Michael Andretti says NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice" is no easy ride.
Andretti survived the second episode on Sunday, staying alive on the hit reality show.
"It was a great one. The men had a blast doing it. It was a lot of fun," said Andretti.
Sunday's second episode ended with the firing of Victoria Gotti, daughter of famed Mafia boss John Gotti.
"She got picked to in the board room, the last one. Yeah, I wasn't surprised," Andretti said. "Hopefully we won't see anybody floating around in any rivers tomorrow, but we'll see."
While Andretti wouldn't give away any secrets about next week's third episode of the season, he did say it isn't getting any easier.
"It's a lot of work. A lot of work," he said. "But yeah, I don't mind work. I do whatever it takes to win."
As for the men's team, when pressed, Andretti shared who he thought might be a soft spot on their roster.
"I guess my weak link that I'm starting to be a little suspicious of is [Lou] Ferrigno," Andretti said.