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Latest Will Power Items
If only the rest of the world could have seen how Bobby Rahal looked at a picture of Michael Andretti during his daily workouts and realized how emotionally charged their rivalry used to be.
It's been more than six months since Ryan Hunter-Reay became the first American driver in six years to win the IndyCar championship.
Will Power topped the speed charts for a second consecutive day of IndyCar testing at Barber Motorsports Park.
A frustrated AJ Allmendinger climbed out of the car and made a beeline to the fence behind pit road for a chat with teammate Will Power.
It had been a humbling 24 hours of championship racing for Roger Penske when he settled in for the plane ride back to Detroit.
If Penske Racing fields three IndyCars next season, the team owner hopes Ryan Briscoe will fill the third seat.
Ryan Hunter-Reay opened the IndyCar season determined to take his career to another level.
Will Power, in his third attempt at winning the IndyCar championship, again had his chances spoiled by a wreck.
Over the past decade, there have been times when both Will Power and Ryan Hunter-Reay were either out of work or deep in debt. Both considered abandoning racing altogether.