For Scott Dixon, Sunday's confetti shower atop the podium at Sonoma Raceway was only the beginning. The pomp and circumstances that accompanies being IndyCar's newly minted champion will doubtlessly bleed into Monday as he spends the day making appearances and answering questions about what it's like to be a five-time champion.
But what about the guy who came in second. What does the day after look like for him?
It looks pretty familiar, actually.
Alexander Rossi adheres to a strict rule. After a rough race, he allows himself to sulk until midnight. Then, it’s time to move on.
However, given the circumstances of Sunday’s events – the anguish that accompanies falling just short of a 2018 IndyCar championship 364 days in the making – surely he’d make an exception.
“Nope,” Rossi told....
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