Herta won’t fight FIA’s super license decision

Colton Herta says he won’t fight the FIA’s decision to keep him out of Formula 1 for 2023. Although Red Bull wanted to facilitate Pierre Gasly’s move to Alpine next year by filling the Alpha Tauri seat with the Indycar star, Herta did not qualify for a mandatory F1 super license. But Herta insists he did not want to be given a special exemption. “Personally, I think the points rating for Indycar is too low,” he said. Another Red Bull idea was to get Herta’s super license points up from 32 to the required 40 by funding drives for him in minor championships over the winter.

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