IndyCar Driver Explains "Wild Experience" Of Sneezing At 200 MPH

Race car drivers deal with a lot of the same challenges as regular people behind the wheel. During races, they can get hungry, they might have to go to the bathroom (and occasionally solve that problem in an unpleasant manner) and, sometimes, they have to sneeze.

All those issues are more easily addressed when you’re not driving 200 miles per hour. But amazingly drivers manage, as IndyCar star Alexander Rossi recently explained.

Ahead of the start to the 2021 IndyCar season this weekend, Rossi took interview questions from kids. And 7-year-old Logan asked a very important one: “How do you pick your nose during the race without getting seen?”

Rossi simply said: “You just do it. Like, no one’s going to see you.”

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