Colton Herta has taken his second win of the season in Indy Lights after a lights-to-flag victory at Barber Motorsports Park (Alabama). Kyle Kaiser and Nico Jamin completed the podium positions.

After the cancelation of the qualifying, Colton Herta (Andretti Steinbrenner Racing) as a championship leader had the advantage to start from pole position. He easily led until the end of the race to take his second victory of the season in front of championship rival Kyle Kaiser (Juncos Racing).

On third and fourth place finished Nico Jamin (Andretti Autosport) and Neil Alberico (Carlin) who both overtook the rookie Aaron Telitz (Belardi Auto Racing), who finally finished fifth.

Nicolas Dapero (Juncos Racing) today showed that he is improving every race thanks to his consistency. Dapero today overtook Matheus Leist (Carlin) for the sixth position and Dalton Kellet (Andretti Autosport), while the Carlin driver finished seventh.

Kellet would drop until a final 10th after been pass by Shelby Blackstock (Belardi Auto Racing) and team mate, Ryan Norman.

The race had one caution period in the opening lap, after a contact between Zachary Claman de Melo (Carlin) and Pato O’Ward (Team Pelfrey) at turn 2, both had to retire.


Pos Driver Team Time/Gap
1 Colton Herta R Andretti Steinbrenner Racing 35 Laps
2 Kyle Kaiser Juncos Racing 9,1465
3 Nico Jamin R Andretti Autosport 11,1006
4 Neil Alberico Carlin 11,7478
5 Aaron Telitz R Belardi Auto Racing 18,3005
6 Nicolas Dapero R Juncos Racing 21,1618
7 Matheus Leist R Carlin 23,7575
8 Shelby Blackstock Belardi Auto Racing 33,1064
9 Ryan Norman R Andretti Autosport 35,4034
10 Dalton Kellett Andretti Autosport 36,5591
11 Juan Piedrahita Team Pelfrey 40,294
12 Garth Rickards R Carlin 40,6538
13 Santi Urrutia Belardi Auto Racing 69,8029
14 Zachary Claman de Melo Carlin Contact
15 Pato O’Ward R Team Pelfrey Contact