|Sunday, June 19, 2011 7:59AM
Following a disappointing race 1 yesterday, when a wheel-to-wheel clip with Vergne ended Alexander's race prematurely, the wet weather continued to persist for Sunday morning. Qualifying 2 was interupted several times with yellow and red flags, however Alexander was able to extract a P7 start for the afternoon...
|Saturday, June 18, 2011 10:00AM
Alexander has qualified in P2 for the first race of the Nurburgring weekend this morning. The qualifying session started dry, but when the clouds intensified all teams set out on track for a mad-dash first set. The rain came down, but then subsided for the last 10 minutes of the classified 'wet session'. With more wing permitted on the car, Alexander was very quick, but unable to catch Wickens who finished the session P1. Alexander set a time only 0.3 secs off pole position and will start this afternoon's race on the inside line for turn 1, which could prove to be an...
|Saturday, December 25, 2010 9:05AM
As we reflect on the blessings of this Christmas season, we are reminded of the many sponsors, supporters and fans with whom we have established relationships throughout our time in the motorsport industry. Words cannot fully express our heartfelt gratitude or appreciation for your continued commitment and belief in Alexander as he pursues his lifelong dream of becoming the next American in Formula 1.
Looking forward to 2011, Alexander is eagerly anticipating the journey ahead and looking forward to sharing the many experiences which would not be possible without your support.
May we wish you and your family all of the wondrous blessings of this holiday Season and a New Year filled with happiness and grace.
|Saturday, July 24, 2010 12:54PM
HOCKENHEIM (GER) 24 JULY 2010: Alexander Rossi suffered a dramatic crash at the Hockenheimring after he was pitched into a spin on Lap 4 of today's GP3 Series race. The 18 year-old had made a sensational start from 19th place, having endured a difficult qualifying with a two-place grid penalty. By the exit of Turn 1 Alexander was up to 11th. A multi-car shunt at the hairpin a few corners later brought out the Safety Car. Alexander attacked again at the restart, muscling up to sixth position through Turn 1 at the point he was taken out.
Rio Haryanto had spun through the right-hander, and Alexander kept his foot flat to the floor down the inside while the cars he was pursuing went to the left. But then three cars came back across the track...