Team Penske driver Will Power clicked off a mighty big box — OK, the biggest — when he finally won the Indianapolis 500 in May on his 11th try. "The 500 is the coolest thing to win," Power said this week at Penske Headquarters in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, while on a promotional tour in metro Detroit stumping for the opening day of ticket sales for the 2019 Chevrolet Belle Isle Grand Prix presented by Lear Corporation — a race Power has won twice. "It's something I've been working so hard for so long and to finally get it. I want to win it again. I want to win the championship again and the 500 again before I retire." Power remembers every moment of those final laps at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. That's what happens when a lifelong goal is finally within reach. The moments before and after race leaders Stefan Wilson and Jack Harvey dived into the pits for fuel with four laps to go, handing Power the lead, are among the greatest racing moments in the 2014 IndyCar champion's career.
Source: Read Full Article