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Sunday, June 25, 2017 5:38PM

Rossi Fast, But Victim of More Bad Luck in Road America

ELKHART LAKE, WI (June 25, 2017) – After some mechanical troubles in qualifying, Alexander Rossi knew he needed a bold plan to move up the charts from P15 on the grid. Racing at Road America, one of his favorite tracks and where he won 10 years ago in Formula BMW, Rossi was the fastest on the course many times this weekend. However, bad luck struck at inopportune times.

“I love this track and we had a really strong race car all weekend,” said Rossi. "We were fastest in the first practice, but the bad luck started in the Saturday morning...

Monday, June 19, 2017 1:24PM

Alexander Rossi Unveils New Line of Merchandise

Alexander Rossi Unveils New Line of Merchandise

LOS ANGELES, CA (June 19, 2017) – Alexander Rossi launched a new line of clothing and merchandise this week. The designs, which will be limited in release this summer, are inspired by both Rossi’s roots, and his new home-away-from-home.

“I wanted designs that were ‘Cali-inspired' in how they looked, but also Indy-related themes,” said Rossi. “California is my original home, but Indianapolis is my new home, and...

Monday, June 12, 2017 11:28AM

Rossi Taken Out Early in Wild Race at Texas Motor Speedway

FORT WORTH, TX (June 10, 2017) – If “everything's bigger in Texas,” the Verizon IndyCar Series certainly delivered Saturday night with an incident-filled event at Texas Motor Speedway. With only eight of the 22 cars finishing the race, 12 of the non-finishing cars were forced out due to contact. Alexander Rossi was the first victim, taken out on lap 38 by the Ganassi Racing duo of Tony Kanaan and Scott Dixon. 

"I went to pass Tony (Kanaan) on the inside of (Turn) 3, and then we were three-wide when Scott suddenly came up late on my inside,”...

Tuesday, June 06, 2017 5:22PM

Rossi Gains 7 Spots in Detroit Race 2

DETROIT, MI (June 4, 2017) – Alexander Rossi is the master at grinding out top ten finishes in the deeply talented Verizon IndyCar Series. When a small mistake in qualifying led to a P14 spot on the gird, Rossi battled back to finish seventh. 

“(Qualifying) this morning really hurt because we went out on used tires for the one-lap shootout after the red flag, and that was the wrong decision," said Rossi. "So, we started 14th instead of towards the front." 

Race strategy was in play, as the team spent the afternoon discussing options for...