In one corner stands an icon, an open-wheel superstar looking to add yet another notch to his already impressive belt.
Scott Dixon doesn't need a fifth IndyCar title to go down as one of the greatest of all-time. But to become the only man within two championships of the legendary A.J. Foyt (seven) would all but cement his place on IndyCar's Mount Rushmore.
In the other corner stands a breakout star, a 26-year-old wunderkind with his sights set on becoming this generation's Scott Dixon.
A championship in just his third campaign, Alexander Rossi would become the fastest driver to win an Indy car title since Sebastien Bourdais won the CART championship in his second season (2004). He'd also be the man who ended...