A Disappointing Day For Herta
— Ben Johnston (@BSJ2008) April 15, 2019
Harding Steinbrenner Racing’s Colton Herta in the No.88 King Taco Honda will be hoping ro4 a strong month of May after a tough race in Sunday’s Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach.
Herta started the race from 10th place but on lap 50 he made contact with wall and was forced to retire from the race.
Speaking following the race he said:
I’m super bummed for everyone on the No. 88 King Taco team and everyone who came out to show support and cheer me on. I’m really appreciative because I had a lot of family, friends and fans here with it being a hometown crowd. Everyone was awesome. We can take positives from here because we were so damn fast all weekend and I was really happy with the car. The guys did an incredible job, everyone has done so well working together. We’ll move forward. We have some testing planned later this week and we have the Month of May coming up, which will be awesome.”