Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi, right, poses Saturday with car owners Michael Andretti, center, and Bryan Herta after they received their “Baby” Borg-Warner Trophies for winning last year’s race. Rossi finished seventh in Sunday’s race.
Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi, right, poses Saturday with car owners Michael Andretti, center, and Bryan Herta after they received their “Baby” Borg-Warner Trophies for winning last year’s race. Rossi finished seventh in Sunday’s race. Darron Cummings The Associated Press
Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi, right, poses Saturday with car owners Michael Andretti, center, and Bryan Herta after they received their “Baby” Borg-Warner Trophies for winning last year’s race. Rossi finished seventh in Sunday’s race. Darron Cummings The Associated Press

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