WILL POWER RUMORS & GOSSIP
In this week’s installment of “Will Power,” The Clubhouse’s Will Christien has 5 chances to land a ball on the green on a par 3 at Fairview Farms Golf Club in Harwinton, CT.
Former PGA Tour pro John Maginnes, longtime Golfweek Senior Writer Jeff Rude, and extreme sports champion Will Christien, co-host Back9Network’s nightly talk show, “The Clubhouse.” The playful...
The end of a season always brings forth a time to reflect and think about what has occurred over the year. Drivers typically go through their year and see where they struggled, where they did well, and how to make it even better for the next year. Sometimes that involves changing the crew, or team, and sometimes it involves just getting better on a certain type of track.
IndyCar driver Helio Castroneves, Will Power and Team Penske executives had to be evacuated from their Napa Valley, Calif., hotel when a 6.1 earthquake hit Sunday morning — about 10½ hours before the start of the GoPro Grand Prix IndyCar race in nearby Sonoma.
BRADFORD, Ont. — Regarded as one of the top drivers on the IndyCar Series circuit, Will Power has always been a driver to watch near the front of the field. Each time competitors lay their eyes on a road or street course, they know that they have to beat him. After some wins on the ovals over the past two years, those words are being uttered when it comes to Power on them, as...
Indy car driver Will Power (awesome name, right?) won the ABC Supply Wisconsin 250 on Sunday and was treated to quite the celebration. Juan Pablo Montoya and Tony Kanaan, who finished second and third in the race, showered Power in so much stuff that he actually needed to seek medical attention when he left victory […]
Pole-sitter Will Power fended off Juan Pablo Montoya to win Sunday at the Milwaukee Mile, giving a huge boost to Team Penske's chances for the IndyCar season title.
The 33-year-old Australian added to the slim lead he had in the standings over teammate Helio Castroneves. A Penske driver has finished second each of the previous four seasons and five of the last six.
Via AP on Fox
August 17, 2014
It took Will Power nine races to finally grab his first podium finish of the IndyCar season.
Oddly, it came at on oval.
Even stranger is that some of Power's most consistent work this season has been at the three oval tracks. An aberration for a road and street course specialist? Nope, said Power after finishing third Saturday at the Milwaukee Mile. He was 19th at Indianapolis...
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June 15, 2013
Will Power (yes, that is his real name) is an Australian IndyCar driver perhaps best known for the above incident last year at New Hampshire when he gave us the double bird of the century. Power has 16 wins in his IndyCar career since 2008, but has yet to win a championship. He finished 2nd in each of the last two seasons after leading the standings late in the season.
Will Power loves riding the streets of Baltimore, and it's not only because the IndyCar points leader has enjoyed magnificent success at the fledgling venue.
Power captured the pole last year in Baltimore and won the inaugural IndyCar race in Charm City. On Friday, Power had the fastest practice lap in the newly named Grand Prix of Baltimore.
Rookie Simon Pagenaud had the second...
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Will Power has won the pole in Sonoma for the third straight year, putting the IndyCar points leader in prime position to go for his third consecutive victory at the track.
Power was timed in 1 minute, 17.2709 seconds around the 2.31-mile, 12-turn layout on the south end of Northern California's wine country Saturday.
Power's Penske Racing teammate, Ryan Briscoe, was second...
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August 25, 2012