In news more shocking than the fact that The Amazing Race is still on television, IndyCar drivers Alexander Rossi and Conor Daly will be on it next year. The show is arguably most famous for a video of a woman catapulting a watermelon into her own face.
Sometimes, people want the best for others out of the kindness and love in their hearts. Other times, it’s because time’s come to pay up.
The new Honda Civic Type R is a masterpiece of track-ready hot-hatch insanity, but when it comes to simple burnouts, it’s not the best. Even with 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner and ex-Formula One driver Alexander Rossi behind the wheel, the new Civic Type R just didn’t want to smoke the meats.
A bizarre and terrifying crash busted out at the IndyCar race at Pocono today, as this year’s Indy 500 winner Alexander Rossi nearly drove over triple Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves’ head. Everyone made it out unscathed...just.
If there’s one name that’s all over open-wheel racing lately, it’s Alexander Rossi. Not only was he the first American to race in Formula One in years, but this year, he won America’s most famous race: the Indianapolis 500. So, of course, Rossi’s here with us live now to answer all your questions.
What is it like to win the Indianapolis 500, and what happens after that? We’ve got this year’s Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi dropping by this afternoon at 3:00 p.m. Eastern to answer questions you may have about IndyCar, Formula One, and whatever else you might have.
One of the last drivers expected to win the Indianapolis 500 drank the milk after his team made a smart call on strategy. While racing fans know Alexander Rossi from Formula One, he didn’t make huge waves running with backmarker teams. Now that he’s won the Indy 500, that could change. Here’s why we should all stand…
Friend of Jalopnik Sarah Connors is a yuuuuuuuuuge Alexander Rossi fan, down to the big American flag banner she made for his maiden attempt at the Indianapolis 500. Needless to say, she’s overjoyed with the results of yesterday’s race.
Manor Formula One reserve driver and Indianapolis 500 rookie Alexander Rossi appeared to coast through the finish running on what had to be leftover fumes to win today’s 100th running of America’s most famous race.
Today’s IndyCar practice was interrupted by a particularly stubborn brake fire out of Charlie Kimball’s car. Between this and the Fiery On Road Dead incident from IMSA practice, maybe California needs to periodically assess car-b-que risk like they do for wildfires. Threat level: at least moderate.
American Formula One Alexander Rossi is back with Manor Racing for this year after all—as a reserve driver. While he lost out on the full-time drive to F1 rookies Rio Haryanto and Pascal Wehrlein, he’s still happy to split duties between IndyCar and the Manor F1 reserve role.
It should come as no surprise that he got booted for a driver with a multimillion-dollar backing from a petro-state.
Three guys, one car is a possibility for Manor next year, according to Autoweek. Drivers Alexander Rossi, Rio Haryanto and Will Stevens all bring significant sponsorship deals to the table, so Manor is reportedly considering letting each have a go in their home region to the tune of $5 million each.
If you’re the only American racing at the United States Grand Prix, you’ve got to play that up every way you can. Check out the star-spangled endplates on Alexander Rossi’s Manor Marussia Formula One car in Austin this weekend.
To say it’s been a good year for Manor Marussia Formula One driver Alexander Rossi would be an understatement. He’s currently second in the GP2 Series standings, and at long last and after years of false starts, Manor Marussia gave him an F1 race drive through the end of 2015. This week, we’ll finally see an American…
I know that’s not what literally happened here, but it’s been so long since we’ve had an American in Formula One — indulge me, okay? Look at this pass and tell me that the Statue of Liberty herself isn’t weeping as we speak. It’s beautiful.
Yes, the Love Bug.