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Bryan Herta: There is “real interest” in Colton within IndyCar

Team owner Bryan Herta believes his son Colton will be ready for IndyCar next season and says he’s already had “several interesting conversations” about his 2019 prospects. The younger Herta currently lies second in the Indy Lights championship with four wins to his name – already twice his 2017 victory tally. Both he and George Michael Steinbrenner IV, who co-owns the #98 Andretti Steinbrenner Racing entry, have said that they aim to move up to IndyCar in 2019. Bryan Herta, who dominated the 1993 Indy Lights championship and won four races and nine poles in Indy cars, confirmed there have been discussions among IndyCar team owners regarding Colton. “There have been several...
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