Another IndyCar driver struck in head

Alexander Rossi at Road America
Alexander Rossi at Road America

Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi had a frightening moment in Saturday’s practice when a piece of his car’s front wing broke off and struck him in the head.

Nearly 100% of the fatalities in open wheel racing today are due to head injuries – but the cars still have no canopies.

Rossi wasn’t injured, but he said he definitely felt it.

“It didn’t feel good," he told the Indy Star.

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