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Herta masters wet conditions at Mid-Ohio, earns pole for race two

Colton Herta earned his first IndyCar pole of the season in exceedingly slick conditions around Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The 20-year-old was among a few up-and-coming young drivers who skillfully wrangled the wet course and earned good starting positions for the second race of the weekend. A heavy rain shower moved through the area just before the qualifying session was about to begin, setting the stage for the manic battle.  The start to qualifying was even forced into a delay while the medical helicopter was en route to the track.  Once it arrived, the cars headed out 30 minutes later than originally planned. Right from the start, the damp conditions proved to be exceedingly...
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