Most drivers would be thrilled with a runner-up finish in Indianapolis, but Alexander Rossi isn't most drivers. The Californian put on quite a show in the 103rd running, giving eventual winner Simon Pagenaud a run for his money in the final laps, before falling just short.
The 2016 champion joined us on the show yesterday and was brutally honest about the good and bad of his day on Sunday. While he's disappointed with just missing another win, there was a lot of frustration and anger over things he didn't have control over. Rossi fumed over what he felt was unfair (and unsafe) treatment from lapped drivers like Helio Castroneves and Oriol Servia, and a pit fueling issue which has been a problem in most of his Indy starts:
In the full interview, Rossi discusses his growing love and appreciation of Indy and his tremendous respect level for Pagenaud: