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Colton Herta: I've been bitten by the bug now

Colton Herta became the youngest winner in IndyCar history at the IndyCar Classic and is now out for more success after 'being bitten by the bug'. Herta was able to qualify his Harding Steinbrenner-run car fourth at the Circuit of the Americas and run with the leaders of Team Penske's Will Power and Andretti Autosport's Alexander Rossi for the majority of the race, keeping himself in contention for the win. The 18-year-old took the lead after Power and Rossi failed to stop under the green flag conditions when the full-course caution came out for the wreckage of Felix Rosenqvist's #10 NTT Data Chip Ganassi car on the inside of Turn 19. When the race got restarted,...
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