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Colton Herta, who clinched the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna to score his second win of the IndyCar season, said he believes it was a perfect race and “definitely deserved to win.”
Colton Herta eclipsed the best efforts of the four NTT IndyCar Series contenders to score his third pole position of the season at Laguna Seca, as all four title contenders reached the Firestone Fast Six for the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey.
Colton Herta was the only driver to duck under the 58sec barrier in third practice for tomorrow’s Grand Prix of Portland, going a tenth quicker than IndyCar points leader Josef Newgarden.
Colton Herta put the Harding Steinbrenner Racing-Honda at the top of the times in second IndyCar practice at Mid-Ohio, while Josef Newgarden shunted as he was about to start his first flying lap on Firestone’s alternate tires.
Josef Newgarden has drawn parallels between his own career and that of IndyCar's newest youngest-ever race winner Colton Herta, following Herta's Circuit of the Americas triumph.
Colton Herta – IndyCar’s newest winner and the youngest in Indy car history – has pledged to go for a second triumph at Barber Motorsports Park after his Circuit of the Americas success.
Colton Herta, aged 18 years, 11 months and 25 days, became the youngest ever winner of an Indy car race at the Circuit of the Americas, as strong pace and perfect strategy allowed him to benefit from misfortune for Will Power and Alexander Rossi.
NTT IndyCar Series rookie Colton Herta says his drive in the season-opening St Petersburg race should have been a top five or even a podium finish if he had avoided a crucial error and/or hadn’t been disqualified from the Firestone Fast Six.
Colton Herta’s speed and ultimate potential explains why Andretti Autosport has entered into a technical partnership with Harding Steinbrenner Racing in 2019, according to Andretti COO Rob Edwards.
Ray Gosselin, race engineer for Ryan Hunter-Reay, says Colton Herta’s incredible speed during the NTT IndyCar Series Spring Training was genuine.
Colton Herta laid down a 1min46.6258sec lap at Circuit of The Americas to hold onto his top spot in IndyCar Spring Training in the solo Harding Steinbrenner Racing-Honda entry.
Andretti Technologies, the advanced technology arm of Andretti Autosport, has announced that it will provide engineering and development support of the Harding Steinbrenner Racing team.
Indy Lights champion Patricio O’Ward says he is “talking to all the teams he can” after his eleventh-hour split from the Harding Steinbrenner Racing-Honda team left him without a ride on the eve of IndyCar Spring Training.
The new-look Steinbrenner Harding Racing IndyCar team will run with Honda engines in the 2019 season.
Indy Lights champion Patricio O’Ward says that if he and the Harding Steinbrenner Racing-Chevrolet team can “put everything together” then he can be challenging for wins in his first season of IndyCar racing.
George Steinbrenner IV will join forces with Harding Racing next season to run the reigning Indy Lights champion Patricio O’Ward and runner-up Colton Herta, with the team receiving Andretti Autosport technical support.