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Alexander Rossi is aiming to learn from Scott Dixon's consistency in 2019 title push

Andretti Autosport's Alexander Rossi says Scott Dixon's consistency in the IndyCar Series is a lesson from him, having failed to take the title in 2018. Rossi became Dixon's closest title rival as the 2018 season reached its conclusion in Sonoma, eventually finishing 57 points behind the Kiwi. The Californian equalled Dixon's tally of three wins but the Ganassi driver finished outside of the top six positions just twice, in Long Beach and Iowa, while Rossi fell outside of those spots on seven occasions. That ultimately proved a crucial difference en route to the outcome of the championship. Rossi is preparing for his fourth season in IndyCar, and second with the full...
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