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Latest Will Power Items
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.
Penske Racing will win its first IndyCar championship in six years if Will Power can hold off Ryan Hunter-Reay in Saturday night's season finale.
As he clung to his championship chances, Ryan Hunter-Reay was able to see past his selfish motives to the bigger picture.
Will Power is so dominant on the streets of Baltimore, his competition on the IndyCar circuit is running out of ideas how to beat him to the finish line.
Will Power loves riding the streets of Baltimore, and it's not just because the IndyCar points leader has enjoyed magnificent success at the fledgling venue.
There might come a day when Ryan Hunter-Reay forgives Alex Tagliani for running into him at Sonoma.
When Will Power won his third straight pole Saturday for the IndyCar race in Sonoma, he didn't just put himself in prime position to go for his third straight victory in wine country.
Those IndyCar teams who don't do well at Mid-Ohio say the track is too narrow, the turns to severe and the cars are too powerful for such a tight track.
Dario Franchitti was talking about how much fun he had in steering an IndyCar around the tight turns and narrow straightaways at Mid-Ohio during Saturday's qualifying. It wasn't easy, though.