Can Rossi head IndyCar's new era in 2020?
The 2020 IndyCar season begins with a new adornment to every car, as aeroscreen is here to protect the drivers' heads. Meanwhile, the championship's nearly-man is seeking retribution to give Andretti Autosport a title
Alexander Rossi doesn't want to talk about Andretti Autosport's final pre-season test day. Not because anything went drastically wrong; more because it all went so well, and he doesn't want to give Autosport any specific technical details.
"A lot of information was gathered, it was really good, and I feel like the team is working at the highest level it's been at since I joined four years ago," says the California-born Rossi, who this weekend at St Petersburg begins his bid to claim his first IndyCar Series title. Second in the championship in 2018, and third last year, he continues: "I feel like this has been our best off-season and we're all feeling very encouraged.
IndyCar's gold standard teams Ganassi and Penske are set for another slugfest beginning this weekend at Barber Motorsports Park. A poor start to the first season with the new aeroscreen left Josef Newgarden with too much ground to make up on Scott Dixon in the title chase, but his strong end to 2020 suggests a battle royale lies ahead...
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