Colton Herta Becomes Youngest-Ever IndyCar Winner in Series' First Race at Circuit of The Americas

In a race that saw dominant driver and pole sitter Will Power retire with a few handfuls of laps to go, rookie Colton Herta won his first-career IndyCar Series race in the series’ first trip to Circuit of The Americas on Sunday. The victory makes Herta, who turns 19 later this month, IndyCar’s youngest winner.

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Will Power Becomes First-Ever Pole Sitter for IndyCar at Circuit of The Americas 

It’s the IndyCar Series’ first time at Circuit of The Americas in Austin, meaning basically everything is a record—lap times, session results and the like. And, with Saturday’s qualifying wrapped up, the first ever pole sitter for an IndyCar race at Circuit of The Americas is 2014 series champion Will Power.

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