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Rossi's hard lessons learned in Detroit

If Alexander Rossi misses this year's title by fewer than 22 points, he'll rue his Motown mistake, but the racer's misjudgment was no worse than that of his critics, whose misguided antagonism emerged in full flow, writes David Malsher. I know people who cannot stand Alexander Rossi and think that talent-wise, he’s nothing better than average. I know even more people who really respect his ability but still don’t like him, regard him as a cold fish, or simply lacking personality. And I know others who really like him, love his sense of humor and think he’s on the brink of being classified as one of IndyCar’s true aces.  I first saw him race in 2008, at the season-opening Formula...
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