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MILLER: Why Rossi will be a factor in 2018

Just over a year ago, Jeremy Milless was coming off an impressive season with Josef Newgarden at Ed Carpenter Racing, but the little team with the big appetite had lost its star driver to Team Penske for 2017 so its engineer was looking around. "I got a call from Andretti Autosport and they wanted to know if I was interested in running Alexander Rossi," recalls Milless (with Rossi, below). "I'll admit I didn't pay any attention, so I had no idea about him. "Then I called a buddy who worked at Andretti and asked what he thought and he said that Rossi was the next guy! So I took the job – and it turns out he was telling the truth." While Newgarden made headlines...
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