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Herta has not given up on his Formula 1 dream

IndyCar star Colton Herta says that he has not given up on competing in Formula 1 in the future should the right opportunity present itself. Herta's comments come following a failed attempt by his Andretti Autosport team owner, Michael Andretti, to purchase the Alfa Romeo F1 Team. Herta, who is incredibly talented behind the wheel of a racing car, had been linked to one of the Formula 1 seats had Andretti been successful in his attempt to take over the Alfa Romeo F1 Team. The highly-rated driver, who is the son of ex-IndyCar driver Bryan Herta, is the youngest race winner in IndyCar history, winning his first race at the age of 18 years and 11 months. Herta tied for the most number of race...
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