Herta and O’Ward signed to 2019 IndyCar effort with Harding Steinbrenner Racing

In an announcement from New York this afternoon it was confirmed that this year’s top two finishers in the Indy Lights championship, Pato O’Ward and Colton Herta, will become full-time entrants in next year’s IndyCar Series season with the newly formed Harding Steinbrenner Racing.  The team will field two entries in 2019, with Herta driving … Continue reading Herta and O’Ward signed to 2019 IndyCar effort with Harding Steinbrenner Racing

Herta and O’Ward take Indy Lights battle to Mid-Ohio

With just five races remaining in the 2018 Indy Lights championship, a pair of teammates running underneath the Andretti banner find themselves at the top. Pato O’Ward (No. 27 MEXICO #AWorldOfItsOwn Mazda) currently leads the points standings with an 18-point gap over Indy Lights sophomore Colton Herta (No. 98 Andretti Steinbrenner Racing/Curb Mazda). The duo … Continue reading Herta and O’Ward take Indy Lights battle to Mid-Ohio

MRTI: Herta maintains unbeaten streak at Indy in Freedom 100 thriller

2018 Freedom 100 Race Results SPEEDWAY, Ind. – What a month it has been for second-generation Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires racer Colton Herta. The teenager from Valencia, Calif., driving for the team co-owned by George Michael Steinbrenner IV and former IndyCar star Michael Andretti, followed up his two-race sweep at the Indianapolis Motor … Continue reading MRTI: Herta maintains unbeaten streak at Indy in Freedom 100 thriller

Herta, Steinbrenner IV aim high for 2018 and beyond

The youth movement in American open-wheel racing is well underway. With a mass of positive momentum moving American open-wheel racing in the right direction, the nation’s youngest and most daring stars fuel the train that pulls everyone forward.  Nashville, Tennessee’s own Josef Newgarden is IndyCar’s reigning champion at 26 years old, and drivers Alexander Rossi … Continue reading Herta, Steinbrenner IV aim high for 2018 and beyond