A lot can happen during a 500 mile race. Alexander Rossi knows this well. He knows what it’s like to be among 33 race cars built purely for the greatest spectacle in racing, the Indianapolis 500. He knows what it’s like to hurl around a 2.5-mile oval at 230 mph in pursuit of IndyCar’s top prize. He knows the competition is a pack of elite, hungry drivers from all over the globe looking to earn their place in racing history and add their face to the Borg-Warner Trophy. Rossi knows exactly what it takes to navigate the chaos and win. He knows what it feels like to rise from his seat in Victory Lane and take a celebratory milk shower.