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'We’ve finished half the goal': Alexander Rossi ended a 3-year drought when he won the pole at Road America. Next come the race.

ELKHART LAKE – Alexander Rossi ended one disappointing and frustrating streak Saturday, when he won the pole for the Sonsio Grand Prix at Road America. A slightly shorter but much more important one is on the line Sunday at the track where his most recent NTT IndyCar Series victory came three years ago. ...
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Alexander Rossi snaps lengthy pole drought, but 3-year winless streak looms: 'We haven't finished the job'

ELKHART LAKE, Wisc. – In the three-plus years since Alexander Rossi’s last IndyCar pole, the longtime Andretti Autosport driver had run the gamut of just about every way to come up just short. So there was a heavy dose of irony Saturday when a mechanical failure on Andretti’s No. 28 of Romain Grosjean very well may have made the difference in Rossi even having a chance at a run for pole.
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Motorsports Minute: Alexander Rossi

Alexander Rossi’s momentum continued Saturday at Elkhart Lake’s Road America, winning the pole for Sunday’s Sonsio Grand Prix INDYCAR Series race.
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2022 IndyCar Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix: Will Power holds off Alexander Rossi by a second for victory

Coming to the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix, Will Power had been the lone Team Penske driver to have not driven his car into Victory Lane this season. That changed on Sunday in IndyCar's final event at the 2.35-mile temporary street circuit on Belle Isle Park as the Australian used a three-stop strategy that saw him run the primary Firestone Black tires in his opening two stints before putting on the softer alternate Reds and hanging on at the finish to hold off Alexander Rossi.
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How Will Power held off Alexander Rossi and picked up redemption in the Detroit Grand Prix

DETROIT – IndyCar’s final race on Belle Isle Sunday came down to a 20-lap battle between dueling strategies. Unlike last year’s Race 2, the late leader on weaker tires prevailed, and unlike last year’s Race 1, Will Power wasn’t dealt a debilitating blow. Power held off a hard-charging Alexander Rossi to pick up his first win of the 2022 season and take back the championship lead through seven races. Here’s how it unfolded: ...
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In 2019, Alexander Rossi bet continuity was best. In 2022, he's changing teams. Is he right?

DETROIT – To understand why Alexander Rossi felt he needed to switch things up and leave Andretti Autosport – a team he won seven times with (including four times in 15 races over 2018-19) – we need look no further than why he nearly left three years ago. Rossi, who joined Andretti in 2016 after several years chasing an F1 career that sputtered out, began his 2019 campaign in a contract year and started 5th-9th-5th. To most...
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Alexander Rossi Moving to New IndyCar Home at McLaren for 2023

After seven years with Andretti Autosport, 2016 Indy 500 winner Alexander Rossi is headed to Arrow McLaren Schmidt Peterson with a multi-year deal. At McLaren, Rossi will team with Pato O'Ward and a yet-to-be-named driver, as Felix Rosenqvist doesn't currently have a contract for the 2023 season. Meanwhile at Andretti, Rossi's seat will be filled by 2021 Indy Lights champion and current rookie Kyle Kirkwood.
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Alexander Rossi joining Arrow McLaren SP in 2023

SPEEDWAY, Ind. — Alexander Rossi on Thursday at last confirmed he's signed a multiyear deal to drive for Arrow McLaren SP beginning next season after a seven-year run with Andretti Autosport. Rossi's departure had been widely speculated since April, although both the American driver and Michael Andretti insisted they...
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Alexander Rossi confirms IndyCar move from Andretti Autosport to Arrow McLaren SP

Alexander Rossi on Thursday confirmed he has signed a multiyear deal to drive for Arrow McLaren SP beginning next season after a seven-year run with Andretti Autosport. Rossi's departure had been widely speculated since April, although both the American driver and Michael Andretti insisted they had an exclusive negotiating window in which Rossi could not even speak to any other teams.
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Alexander Rossi Joins McLaren IndyCar Program

After seven years with Andretti Autosport, 2016 Indy 500 winner Alexander Rossi is headed to Arrow McLaren Schmidt Peterson with a multi-year deal. At McLaren, Rossi will team with Pato O'Ward and a yet-to-be-named driver, as Felix Rosenqvist doesn't currently have a contract for the 2023 season. Meanwhile at Andretti, Rossi's seat will be filled by 2021 Indy Lights champion and current rookie Kyle Kirkwood.
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Alexander Rossi Out at Andretti Autosport after Current IndyCar Season

Alexander Rossi was on top of the IndyCar world after his breakthrough win at the 2016 Indianapolis 500. Now, the seven-time IndyCar race winner is losing his ride at Andretti Autosport after what is nearly three seasons of unfulfilled promise. On Wednesday, Andretti announced that it was parting ways with...
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Arrow McLaren SP confirms signing of Alexander Rossi on multi-year deal starting in 2023

IndyCar's worst-kept secret isn't a secret anymore. One day after Alexander Rossi's current team, Andretti Autosport, announced his imminent departure at the end of this IndyCar season, his future home, Arrow McLaren SP, formally welcomed the 30-year-old American driver to its expanding three-car program for 2023 and beyond. According to a release, Rossi has signed a multi-year deal with the team that last week announced a new contract for Rossi's new teammate Pato O'Ward through 2025.
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