Alexander Rossi was left frustrated after today’s IndyCar test at Sebring, stating that the highly favorable track conditions were unlikely to be representative of anything they’ll find in the season ahead.
The Andretti Autosport-Honda driver, who won the 2016 Indy 500 and scored his first roadcourse IndyCar win at Watkins Glen last September, will begin his third season with the team this year, having swapped the #98 Andretti-Herta entry for Marco Andretti’s #27.
Rossi told Motorsport.com: “It's pretty much how I described our last test – the track conditions were too good to learn a lot. So how much of today will be applicable in St. Petersburg [scene of the first round in March] is a question mark in my mind.
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