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Latest Will Power Items
Turns out, $5 million wasn't enough incentive to challenge IndyCar's drivers.
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.
The first time Dario Franchitti won the pole position this year, he also won the race and climbed into a first-place tie in the IndyCar Series standings.
Will Power will defend his title at the Honda Indy Toronto from the pole position.
JR Hildebrand was one turn away from winning the Indianapolis 500 on his very first try. Then, within sight of the checkered flag, the 23-year-old Californian made the ultimate rookie mistake.
Dan Wheldon was zipping toward the final corner of Sunday's Indianapolis 500, surely figuring the best he could do was another runner-up finish.