The FIA ​​has denied Colton Herta the license he needs to compete in F1.

The FIA ​​has denied Colton Herta the license he needs to compete in F1.

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Formula One’s governing body announced on Friday that IndyCar star Colton Herta will not be granted the super license the American needs to join the F1 grid next season.

“The FIA ​​will confirm that driver Colton Herta does not have the required number of points for his FIA Super Licence and will ensure that a request is made through the appropriate channels,” the FIA ​​said in a statement.

The FIA’s decision was not surprising.

Red Bull were interested in the 22-year-old Californian and Hertha considered offering him a seat at Alfatauri, their junior team. Alfatouri said Pierre Gasly will return next season and Yuki Shunoda received a contract extension earlier this week.



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