Power’s Winning Attitude Started To Shift Before Title Season

Much was made during the recently completed NTT INDYCAR SERIES season about the change in Will Power, how had he learned – even accepted – a different way of approaching his career of Hall of Fame status. Drivers learn that through experience, he said, and this was his 18th season in the series. “You cannot beat experience, you just cannot beat experience,” Power said. Power’s average finish this season was 5.9, easily the best in the series. Faustino has been Power’s lead engineer for all but one of his 41 series wins, and he has witnessed the best and worst of Power’s emotions. It’s important to remember, Faustino said, that Power competes from a unique perch in this sport. “If you start on pole and finish third, as Will often does, you’re disappointed,” Faustino said. “Now, I wouldn’t say that about going for poles,” he said.

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