New Approach For Power

With 41 IndyCar victories, two NTT IndyCar Series championships, a record 68 poles and an Indianapolis 500 victory, Will Power is in the conversation as one of the greatest drivers in IndyCar history. Power won his first NTT IndyCar Series championship in 2014 and his second this year. “When you are that young, you just want a chance because you believe in yourself,” Power said. “I’m doing what I get paid to do, which is to win races, win championships, win the Indy 500 and get pole positions,” Power said. But Power also had a penchant for letting the pressure get to him. Power finished third to teammate Newgarden in the first race and dropped to third in the standings. “It definitely takes pressure off when you are going into a championship race,” Power said.

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