TORONTO – With a white towel draped around his neck and fingers in his hair, Alexander Rossi stared at a laptop on his team’s pit stand and kept shaking his head. He climbed down and sat on the pit wall with a distant gaze while waiting for a postrace interview to begin. (WATCH THE INTERVIEW)
A wild Honda Indy Toronto was over, and you could make a case that Rossi should have been in joyous disbelief.
After six pit stops, three front wings and one airborne collision, his Andretti Autosport team had salvaged an eighth-place finish and maintained the eight-point gap to second-ranked Josef Newgarden in the points standings.
But the post-race feeling instead was...
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