It's been an great season for Will Power. He held down the pole position in the standings from the Sao Paulo Indy 300 in May to the The Milwaukee Mile in June. From late June through early September he was stuck in second place until his finish in Japan helped him earn enough points to pull into first. He then fought his way through breathing down the exhaust pipes of the number one seater until he could reclaim the spot that was rightfully his.
The only race left is the Izod IndyCar World Championships at Las Vegas. Will Will cruise his trusty No. 12 IndyCar to victory? Be sure to catch him on October 16 as he goes lap for lap with the world's best drivers at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.