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Latest Will Power Items
Every race car driver heads onto the track understanding this race could be the last and hoping it won't be.
IndyCar driver Dan Wheldon has been seriously injured after his car went sailing through the air during in a massive 15-car wreck early in Sunday's Las Vegas Indy 300.
Race car drivers always know the worst can happen whenever they get behind the wheel.
Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon died Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway after his car became ensnared in a fiery 15-car pileup, flew over another vehicle and landed in a catch fence just outside turn 2.
Jimmie Johnson has won five consecutive championships, yet doesn't always get the proper recognition _ both in NASCAR and across all professional sports _ for such a remarkable feat.
Will Power wrapped his hand around a big bottle of champagne, shook it up, let the bubbly fly and took a long drink.
Two of IndyCar's winningest team owners sat shoulder to shoulder Saturday at the Baltimore Grand Prix and offered an explanation for their success.
Imagine a golfer playing a course with tiny greens, thin fairways and a lot of rough _ and loving it.
Ryan Hunter-Reay is still the New Hampshire winner.