Saturday, November 26 2022

Associated Press

Herta makes all right moves to win wet, wild IndyCar GP

As Colton Herta set up his winning pass Saturday, all he could see were red flashing lights. The 22-year-old California driver quickly darted to the inside of Pato O’Ward on a late restart, took the lead for good with nine laps to go and beat Simon Pagenaud to the finish line by 3.0983 seconds to win a wild, wacky, wet IndyCar Grand Prix. “Pure talent,” Herta joked when asked how he persevered for his first win of the season despite the incredibly challenging weather conditions.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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