Herrington drove his first race in 2003. He began his motorsport career in formula racing in 2004. He initially competed in four races in the US Formula BMW . In 2005 he started the whole season in this championship and finished the season on the twelfth championship course. In 2006 Herrington moved to the Star Mazda Series . He won a race and finished the season in tenth place overall.
In 2007 he moved to the Indy Pro Series . He participated in five of sixteen races and finished the season in 23rd place overall. His best result was a third place. In 2008 he took part in the series, which has since been renamed Indy Lights, for half a season. With a seventh place as the best result, he was 20th in the championship. In addition, he started a sports car race for the first time in the Grand-Am Sports Car Series . In 2009, Herrington took part in the Indy Lights for the entire season for Bryan Herta Autosport . In Joliet he scored his first victory in this championship, which he finished in seventh place this year.
In 2010 Herrington did not contest a whole season and took part in two Indy Lights races for different teams. He was 21st overall. In 2011 Herrington entered the Indy Lights for the seventh race for Sam Schmidt Motorsports and took part in three races. At the end of the season he was in 21st place in the championship. He also went to three races in the Grand-Am Sports Car Series.
- "About Daniel Herrington" (danielherrington.com; accessed July 10, 2011)
- “Herrington steps in at Schmidt” ( Memento of the original from July 10, 2011 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was automatically inserted and not yet checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (indycar.com on July 6, 2011)
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||American racing car driver|
|DATE OF BIRTH||July 12, 1986|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Baltimore , Maryland , United States|