As a rookie, Alexander Rossi was a long-shot to win the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 in 2016. However, the young American overcame the odds thanks to a stunning drive and his Andretti-Herta Autosport team's brilliant fuel-saving strategy. In doing so he become the first American rookie to claim the Borg-Warner trophy since 1928.
Before that Rossi had spent most of his racing career in Europe contesting the likes of Formula BMW, GP3, Formula Renault 3.5 and GP2.
In 2012 he made his Formula 1 practice debut, becoming the first American F1 driver to appear in the sport's highest echelons since Scott Speed. He made his grand prix debut at the 2015 Singapore GP for Manor and contested a total of five races before his triumphant switch to IndyCar.
2016 Indy 500 Winner
5x grand prix starts with Manor Marussia F1
2015 GP2 Series runner-up
2016 IndyCar Series Rookie of the Year
2012-2016 Caterham F1 and Manor Marussia F1 Test/Reserve Driver
2011 Formula Renault 3.5 Series 3rd
2010 GP3 Series 4th
2009 International Formula Master Championship 4th
2008 Formula BMW World Finals Champion
2008 Formula BMW Americas Champion
2008 Formula BMW Americas 3rd
Skip Barber Western Regional Series Champion
Years contested: 2017 (1)
2017: Alex will contest the individual Race Of Champions and represent Team USA IndyCar alongside Ryan Hunter-Reay in the ROC Nations Cup.