Will Power puts misery in the rearview
FONTANA, Calif. -- This time, there were no mistakes.
There were no penalties. No crashes. No contact. No controversy.
This time, Will Power did exactly what he needed to finally claim his first Verizon IndyCar Series championship. By finishing ninth in the MAVTV 500 at Auto Club Speedway, Power held off his Penske Racing teammate Helio Castroneves and put to rest the ghosts of his past championship failures.
He wasn't the only happy man at Fontana on Saturday night, ...
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