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American racer says he won't belittle himself to race with AlphaTauri in 2023

Andretti IndyCar driver, Colton Herta, believes that the FIA should be taking the American series more seriously, but he will not push back against the motorsport governing body. Herta became an IndyCar driver in 2018 with Harding after winning three races in Indy Lights, and he has won four races in as many years in the main series with a combination of Harding and Andretti. The 22-year-old tested for McLaren this year as the British side tried to prepare him for a possible Formula 1 drive in the future, but their driver pool is now full. Red Bull became another potential option when Alpine showed interest in signing Pierre Gasly from AlphaTauri to replace the departing Fernando Alonso....
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