Alexander Rossi Starts From The Pole At Long Beach

Alexander Rossi
NAPA Racing driver Alexander Rossi stole the show in qualifying today, on the way to his second career Verizon P1 Award. And while the No. 27 will start from the front for the 85-lap race, penalties and misfortune struck the remaining Andretti drivers during qualifying for the Grand Prix of Long Beach.

No. 27 NAPA AUTO PARTS HONDA DRIVEN BY ALEXANDER ROSSI
  • STARTING POSITION: 1st
  • QUALIFYING TIME: 1:06.5528
  • OF NOTE: Earned his first pole position of 2018, the second of his Verizon IndyCar Series career on the streets of Long Beach
“The team is doing a great job. Hats off to all of them, to Honda, to everyone who has put in so much effort. The big job is tomorrow so we have to execute that. I feel like we have given up to two potential wins so we are trying not to do that again tomorrow. But, the team definitely executed some NAPA Know How today and we are really happy to start from the best spot tomorrow. Obviously, you go out every single session and believe that you have the best car and the best opportunity to do it. We have been so strong, we were strong here last year. The NAPA AUTO PARTS Honda has been so fast and I’m looking forward to leading the field tomorrow.”
TIL NEXT TIME, I AM STILL WORKING ON MY REDNECK!

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