AV has proven to be on the trail of success
Welcome to Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix powered by Toyota of Lancaster week.
But this is a Streets week unlike any since the visionary Steve Gocke conceived our remarkable downtown GoKart Grand Prix a decade ago.
The week begins with a former Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix champion leading the NTT Data IndyCar Series field to the green flag in their championship finale at WeatherTech Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey.
One of the most remarkable career launches in American open-wheel racing history continues with Colton Herta on the pole for the Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey.
Just the other day, Colton was jamming with his garage band buddies in Valencia.
Sunday he’ll go wheelto-wheel with six former Indianapolis 500 champions. At the age of 19.
The son of two-time Indianapolis 500-winning owner Bryan Herta raced on the Streets of Lancaster eight years ago, while he was dominating Karting.
After that, he went to Europe to race, as barely a teenager.
At the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach in April, Colton told the Valley Press that our Streets were a big piece of the jigsaw puzzle that is coming