“After the last couple races, it’s good to finish on the lead lap,” Alexander Rossi said with a fair bit of understatement after placing third at Road America, where he ridded himself of the burdensome monkey that’s been on his back since the season opener in Texas.
It wasn’t a statement-making win like he earned last year at Road America in the No. 27 Honda, but after three straight races where various misfortunes rained on his Andretti Autosport entry, getting back to business with a quality run from 10th to third was a welcome reminder of better times.
“There has never been a question of our commitment and determination, and I think that was on....
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