WILL POWER RUMORS & GOSSIP
Newton, IA- Leaving Texas in early June, Will Power thought he had this 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series championship won. He was hit with a pit road speeding penalty late in the race and had to serve that penalty while running second in the closing stages of the 600k race. Luckily, a late race caution came out allowing Power to close back in. His crew would call him down pit road for...
Pocono, PA- Entering this weekend, Will Power had a commanding 39 point lead on his Team Penske teammate Helio Castroneves for the Verizon IndyCar Series points lead. He even led his other teammate Juan Pablo Montoya who was fifth in the standings by 116 points. He knew if he could run a solid race at the Pocono Raceway on Sunday afternoon then he would have a good shot at winning...
It took Will Power nine races to finally grab his first podium finish of the IndyCar season.
Oddly, it came at on oval.
Even stranger is that some of Power's most consistent work this season has been at the three oval tracks. An aberration for a road and street course specialist? Nope, said Power after finishing third Saturday at the Milwaukee Mile. He was 19th at Indianapolis...
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June 15, 2013
Will Power loves riding the streets of Baltimore, and it's not only because the IndyCar points leader has enjoyed magnificent success at the fledgling venue.
Power captured the pole last year in Baltimore and won the inaugural IndyCar race in Charm City. On Friday, Power had the fastest practice lap in the newly named Grand Prix of Baltimore.
Rookie Simon Pagenaud had the second...
Saturday’s Indianapolis 500 wasn’t without a scary-looking wreck, as Mike Conway was sent flying into the air in an 80th-lap crash that included IndyCar points leader Will Power.
The accident came directly after Conway plowed through a member of his crew during a pit stop. The resulting damage on the car’s front wing went without repair, a detail that likely contributed to...
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A nasty crash the luckily resulted in no major injuries ended to the day for both Will Power and Mike Conway. Conway’s No. 14 car struggled out of pit and slid along the wall when Power’s No 12 car hit in just in front of the pit exit. An unfortunate incident for Power, since he [...]
IndyCar points leader Will Power and Mike Conway were both knocked out of the Indianapolis 500 in the first crash of Sunday's race.
Conway had just returned to the track after hitting one of his crew members during a pit stop, an accident that broke the car's front wing. It was not fixed before he pulled out.
He spun out right in front of Power, who drove into the side...
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May 27, 2012
IndyCar points leader Will Power is getting an idea of how the series' new car will do on a high-banked oval.
Power has done pretty good on road and street courses, winning three of the first four races this season. On Monday, he was part of a 10-car open test at Texas.
It is IndyCar's first open test on a 1 1/2-mile track since Dan Wheldon's fatal accident at Las Vegas...
Australian Will Power held off a charging Simon Pagenaud to win the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach on Sunday, Power's second consecutive win in the Izod IndyCar Series.
Pagenaud finished second, James Hinchcliffe was third and Tony Kanaan took fourth.
With five laps left in the 85-lap race on Long Beach's seaside streets, Power was about five seconds ahead of Pagenaud...
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Will Power held off Scott Dixon over the final 20 laps to win his second straight Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama today at Barber Motorsports Park. The Team Penske driver, who started ninth after failing to advance into the Firestone Fast Six during yesterday's qualifying, assumed the lead shortly after the final pit stops of the afternoon and was able to keep Dixon in his rear...