Sports O’Ward: Herta has "everything to be successful" in Formula 1
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Outdoor Training To the Grand Prize of Turkey, Pierre Gasley delivers a solid performance twice. Nevertheless, he is dissatisfied and gives a curious explanation for it. © Provided by Sport1.de Kurioser radio message! Gasly lamists about too short arms The highlight of free training in Turkey delivered Pierre Gasly in radio! The Frenchman could be completely satisfied after the two first free training sessions to the Istanbul-GP (the complete race weekend live in sports1-ticker) .
Andretti Autosport is understood to be closing in on a deal to take a majority stake in Sauber, which runs the Alfa Romeo-branded team in F1, and add to its extensive racing portfolio.
If the deal is completed, it could pave the way for Andretti IndyCar driver Herta to join the F1 grid in the future, potentially as early as next season should allowances be made for him to gain a superlicence.
Herta finished fifth in this year’s IndyCar standings and scored three victories, including back-to-back wins to close out the season at Laguna Seca and Long Beach.
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Me Schumacher moves in Turkey for the first time in the second qualifying round. The young Haas pilot also leaves Sebastian Vettel behind him. © Provided by sport1.de strong! Schumacher sets exclamation mark Mick Schumacher has reached a milestone in his still young Formula 1 career at Qualifying before the Grand Prix in Turkey.
Arrow McLaren SP IndyCar driver O’Ward was also a regular front-runner in IndyCar this season, and was team-mates with Herta at Andretti in Indy Lights as they fought for the title in 2018.
O’Ward told Autosport he thought Herta would “do great” if he did make the switch to F1, believing the American driver had everything he needed to succeed with the right car.
“He’s a very talented, very fast individual, and I think he’ll have no problem,” O’Ward said in an interview at the McLaren Technology Centre.
“Obviously it’s not like he’s going to go in and just shatter everyone. But I think he as a driver has everything to be successful. And I think he will be.
“Maybe not from the first race. But the guy will get in sync with it. He’s going to be fighting up there, if he is given the right car.
Formula One foothold growing, series here to stay in USA
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — When Formula One returned to the United States in 2012, in Texas of all places, the world's highest class of international auto racing was taking a big leap in a country it had abandoned five years earlier. A decade later, F1 is here to stay in the USA. The U.S. Grand Prix on Sunday will fulfill F1's original 10-year contract with the Circuit of the Americas, and the series has a new 10-year agreement for the Miami Grand Prix beginning next season. New American fans have been drawn to F1 by the Netflix docuseries “Drive to Survive.
“There’s no doubt in my mind. Not that it’s going to be a struggle, but everything has its path of learning.
“But given the right time, he’ll be just fine.”
Pato O'Ward, Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
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A move for Herta would come as a boost for F1’s standing in the United States. He would become the first American to race in the series since Alexander Rossi in 2015, coming at a time when two U.S. rounds will be staged next year following the addition of Miami to the calendar.
Former IndyCar and NASCAR driverthat an F1 switch would be a “totally great opportunity” for Herta, particularly if he raced for an Andretti-run team.
“To have it be all American, I think that'd be great,” Patrick said. “I'd love to see how that goes.”
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