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Will Power

Will Power

1981-03-01 (age 38)

Power credits pole to nap, admits surprise at result

Will Power says he wasn’t expecting to get pole for the IndyCar season-opening Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, despite this being his eighth P1 award in the last 10 events at the circuit.

St. Petersburg IndyCar: Power edges Newgarden for pole

Will Power scored his 55th career IndyCar pole and his eighth in 10 years at St. Petersburg after edging Team Penske-Chevrolet teammate Josef Newgarden by a mere 0.0976sec in a strange qualifying session.

Power: “I’m in the best form of my life”

2014 IndyCar champion and 2018 Indy 500 winner Will Power believes he’s in the greatest form of his career, and is aiming to double up on titles and Indy victories this season.

Gallery: The best photos from IndyCar testing at COTA

Colton Herta astounded the NTT IndyCar Series paddock with his pace throughout two days of Spring Training at Circuit of the Americas for 25 cars, and the second-gen ace remained fastest overall for Harding Steinbrenner Racing-Honda. Here are the best photos from the US GP venue...

IndyCar’s big questions of 2019

As the NTT IndyCar Series gathers at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca for the first large group test of 2019, David Malsher looks at some of the main topics to watch in the season ahead.

Indy 500 winners Power, Penske receive their “Baby Borgs”

Will Power and Roger Penske today were awarded miniature replicas of the Borg-Warner Trophy in honor of their conquering the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 last Memorial Day Weekend.

Newgarden: Penske made “a big step” in Sebring test

Josef Newgarden says that Team Penske-Chevrolet’s three-car test at Sebring this week was highly productive in advancing the squad’s 2019 IndyCar title prospects.

Indy 500 winner Power unveils image on Borg-Warner Trophy

Team Penske-Chevrolet ace and winner of the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500 Will Power has unveiled the image that has immortalized him on the famous Borg Warner Trophy.

Current IndyCar will suit Alonso better, says Mears

Four-time Indy 500 winner Rick Mears believes Fernando Alonso will again be a front-runner in the 2019 Memorial Day Weekend classic this year, despite having to adapt to Dallara’s spec aerokit.

IndyCar heading to Australia for Surfers Paradise talks

IndyCar’s Mark Miles and Stephen Starks are en route to the Gold Coast of Australia to discuss a return to one of the series’ most popular former venues, Surfers Paradise, possibly as soon as 2020.

Power, Ricciardo nominated for Australia’s “The Don” Award

Indy 500 winner Will Power and Monaco Grand Prix winner Daniel Ricciardo are on the eight-person shortlist of nominees for this year’s “The Don” Award, to be revealed at the Sport Australia Hall of Fame 34th Induction and Awards Gala Dinner.

A “good year for Team Penske,” say Power, Newgarden

Will Power and Josef Newgarden, who finished third and fifth respectively in the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series championship said there is still a lot of satisfaction to be drawn from a season in which they claimed six wins and eight pole positions.

Penske drivers still aiming to win Sonoma finale

Despite all-but dropping out of the 2018 championship fight following Sunday’s race at Portland, both Will Power and Josef Newgarden are aiming to end the season on a high.

Victorious Power sure he's in contention for IndyCar title

Will Power, who scored his third IndyCar win of the season on Saturday at Gateway Motorsports Park, says he believes he can still beat Scott Dixon and Alexander Rossi in the title fight.

Power, Dixon frustrated by IndyCar superspeedway aero package

Both Will Power and Scott Dixon say more can be done to improve the behavior of the spec IndyCar kit on superspeedways, after each were left frustrated by their cars’ handling imbalances in dirty air.

Power admits he never expected to match IndyCar greats

Will Power says that matching AJ Foyt in IndyCar’s pole-winning tally was something he’d never expected but for now he remains focused on trying to close his current points gap to Scott Dixon.

Pocono IndyCar: Power grabs 53rd pole position, matches Foyt

Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Will Power has joined IndyCar icon AJ Foyt in second on the all-time pole-winner’s list with the 53rd top spot of his career during qualifying at Pocono Raceway.

Power: I need Dixon to hit bad form to win title now

Indianapolis 500 winner Will Power says he needs IndyCar points leader Scott Dixon to have a downturn in form if he is to beat him to the championship.

Power: IndyCar has got downforce levels right at Iowa

Will Power has endorsed IndyCar’s 2018 aero package at Iowa Speedway, saying that the cars are much harder to drive than in previous years – adding that’s the way it should be.

Iowa IndyCar: Power takes 52nd pole of career

Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Will Power scored his third IndyCar pole at Iowa Speedway after outpacing teammate Josef Newgarden in qualifying for Sunday's Iowa Corn 300.

Power’s engine failures “unrelated” says Chevrolet

The engine problems that hit Will Power’s Penske-Chevrolet at the start of the Road America race and on Wednesday in the Iowa Speedway test were unrelated, according to Rob Buckner, Chevrolet’s racing program manager for IndyCar.

How Power won Indy, by the man who knows him best

Dave Faustino, who's in his 11th year as race engineer for Will Power, explains to David Malsher what it took to capture the 102nd Indianapolis 500, and how swiftly they switched focus to trying to capture a second IndyCar title.

Power banks $2.52m for Indy 500 triumph

Winning the Indy 500 has netted Penske driver Will Power a cool $2.52 million.

Power feels Indy win will bring him more respect

The traditional ‘morning after’ winner’s press conference at IMS saw Will Power state that he knew it was going to take an Indy 500 victory to gain recognition as one of the stars in IndyCar history.