Alexander Rossi

Birth Day September 25th, 1991
Birth Place Nevada City, California
Age 32 Years Old

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Alexander Michael Rossi famed as Alexander Rossi is an American professional racing driver who currently competes full-time in the IndyCar Series, driving the No. 27 Honda for Andretti Autosport. He is famous for winning the Indianapolis 500 as a rookie in 2016. His 2018 season was his most successful to date, earning three wins and finishing second in the Drivers' Championship point standings. Alexander Rossi is a very talented racing driver. 

Indianapolis 500: Simon Pagenaud Holds Off Alexander Rossi to Win

Simon Pagenaud expressed his love for milk, but he took just a swig before pouring the rest of the quart over his head after his win in the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday. Simon Pagenaud had perhaps as good an explanation as any for how he won the 103rd Indianapolis 500 on Sunday. “This race chooses its winners,” Pagenaud said after holding off Alexander Rossi in a frantic finish. “Today, I was the chosen one.” Also helping Pagenaud was his uncanny ability to anticipate Rossi’s moves. That allowed him to hold off Rossi, who won the race in 2016 and who said he was driving at “eleven-tenths” during the final 12 laps, trying to wrest away the lead. “Nothing else matters here but winning,” said a disappointed Rossi, who came up just two-tenths of a second short. “I know that. This one will be hard to get over.”

What is the age of Alexander?

Alexander celebrated his 27th birthday as of 2018 on September 25. 

What is Alexander Rossi's nationality?

On 25th September 1991, Alexander Rossi was born in Nevada City, California, the USA. His nationality is American and his ethnicity is White. His religion is Christian. His full name is Alexander Michael Rossi. The names of his parents were given as Peter and Dawn Rossi but beyond this, it has not been disclosed who his parents are in the present time like where they live and what they do at the moment. His other early life details will be added soon. 

Who is Alexander's girlfriend?

Moving to his personal life, Alexander Rossi was reported to be dating former volleyball player Kameron Combs. She was born in Laguna beach Combs and attended Laguna Beach High School where she graduated from in 2009. The love between the two seems to be such that will probably lead to marriage as their relationship from all that has been posted on their social media pages looks like one that is firmly rooted in love and admiration for each other. While they are not yet married, there are no rumors about their relationship. The couple is enjoying their life a lot. 

What is the worth of Alexander Rossi?

The net worth of this famous racer is yet to be disclosed but whatever amount it will be, we have no doubt that it should be running into millions. In the year 2016, it is on record that he received over $2.54 million in addition to a $50,000 bonus. This just goes to show how much he is rewarded for doing what we love to see him do. His exact salary will be added soon. His major source of income is from his racing career. 

How tall is Alexander Rossi?

Alexander Rossi is a very handsome racer with no beard. His hair color is Dark Brown and his hair type is straight. His hair length is short hair. His skin tone is fair skim. He has an average height of 187 cm or 1.87 m and balanced weight of 70 Kg. 

How was the career (beginning-present) of Alexander Rossi?

  • Alexander Rossi was a semi-finalist in the Red Bull Formula One American Drivers search with a top 5 finish overall out of over 2,000 nationwide candidates. It was in the year 2005.
  • He was awarded the Skip Barber National Scholarship from Skip Barber Racing School to compete in the 2006 Skip Barber National Championship in the year 2006 where he finished third overall.
  • He competed in the Formula BMW USA series in 2007 where he finished third overall.
  • He returned for his second year with the two-time Formula BMW championship-winning team EuroInternational in the year 2008. 
  • He decided to move to compete in Europe in 2009 and chose to compete in the International Formula Master with Hitech Racing. 
  • He made the move to the new GP3 Series, competing for multiple-championship-winning team ART Grand Prix in the year 2010. 
  • He then moved on to compete in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series with Fortec Motorsport.
  • After that, he competed in the 2009-2010 GP2 Asia Series where he made a strong impression immediately finishing fourth in his debut race, from thirteenth on the grid.
  • He joined Racing Engineering for the 2015 season opposite British rookie Jordan King, finishing second in the championship.
  • After that, he joined Caterham F1 as a test driver for the 2012 Formula One season.
  • At the Spanish round, he drove Heikki Kovalainen's car in the first practice session, becoming the first American to drive in a Formula One session (during a race weekend) since Scott Speed at the 2007 European Grand Prix.
  • He then joined Marussia F1 as reserve driver for the remainder of the 2014 season.
  • At the Japanese Grand Prix, he finished 18th, again one place above Stevens.
  • He confirmed he would give up his reserve driver role at Manor following the 2016 season to focus on the IndyCar Series full-time on 3rd October 2016.
  • He made his debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, driving for Greaves Motorsport in a Zytek Z11SN in the year 2013. 
  • He competed in the 2014 24 Hours of Daytona for the DeltaWing team, joining full-time drivers Andy Meyrick and Katherine Legge, along with eventual 2014 Indy Lights champion Gabby Chaves.
  • He announced that he would be joining Acura Team Penske for both the 24 Hours of Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring in the 2019 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship on 7th December 2018. 
  • He made the switch to the IndyCar Series with Andretti Autosport for the 2016 season.
  • He was named the series 2016 Rookie of the Year on September 19.
  • He announced he would return to Andretti for the 2017 season in 3rd October signing a multi-year contract.
  • At Long Beach, he was running in second place when his engine failed.
  • At Pocono, he earned his third career podium by finishing third despite encountering a problem with his car's fuel-mixture knob.
  • He confirmed that he would remain with Andretti through at least the 2019 season on 1st September 2017. 
  • Rossi's 2018 season began with a controversial third-place finish at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
  • He began the Indianapolis 500 from the last row on the grid, starting in 32nd place.
  • He also competed in his first ever Baja 1000 in 2018 driving with Jeff Proctor in the No. 709 Honda Ridgeline becoming the fifth Indianapolis 500 winner to participate in the race. 
  • He appeared on the season four premiere of CNBC's Jay Leno's Garage alongside Tanner Foust on 19th April 2018. 

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