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Colton Herta becomes youngest IndyCar winner after clinching maiden win, Will Power retires

Harding Steinbrenner Racing's Colton Herta has become the youngest winner in IndyCar history after clinching his maiden victory in the IndyCar Classic at the Circuit of the Americas. Herta had been running on a similar pace with Team Penske's Will Power and Andretti Autosport's Alexander Rossi for the majority of the race and a caution period saw the 18-year old jump to the front of the field after Power and Rossi failed to pit. With 10 laps to go, Herta was able to pull away from Penske's Josef Newgarden and manage the gap as the race restarted with 10 laps to go to put his name in IndyCar history in just his third IndyCar start. More details to follow...
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