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, IZOD INDYCAR SERIES HIGHLIGHTS

First start:
March 29, 2008 (Homestead-Miami Speedway)
First victory: Aug. 1, 2009 (Edmonton)
First pole: April 19, 2009 (Long Beach)

2011
• Finished second in IZOD IndyCar Series standings for Team Penske.
• Recorded six victories (Barber, Sao Paulo, Texas2, Edmonton, Infineon, Baltimore).
• Earned series record-tying eight pole positions. Had an average starting position of 3.6.
• Led 13 of the 17 races for 518 laps.
• Clean sweep at Barber -- won pole, led most laps, won race.
• Won Mario Andretti Road Trophy for second consecutive year.

2010

• Finished second in IZOD IndyCar Series standings for Team Penske.
• Recorded five victories (Sao Paulo, St. Petersburg, Watkins Glen, Toronto, Infineon).
• Had 13 top-10 finishes overall.
• Earned series-record eight poles.
• Won inaugural Mario Andretti Road Trophy.

2009

• Recorded one victory and four top-five finishes in six races for Penske Racing.
• Earned pole start at Long Beach and finished second.
• Led 90 of 95 laps to post first IndyCar Series victory at Edmonton.

2008

• Finished 12th in IndyCar Series standings for KV Racing Technology.
• Won on the streets of Long Beach in Champ Car-sanctioned finale.
• Recorded five top-10 finishes, closing season with eighth- and fifth-place finishes.

ROAD TO IZOD INDYCAR SERIES

2007

• Finished fourth in the Champ Car World Series for Team Australia with wins at Las Vegas and Toronto.
• Earned pole positions at Las Vegas, Edmonton, Surfers Paradise and Mexico City.
• Recorded eight top-five and nine top-10 finishes.

2006
• Named Champ Car Rookie of the Year Award after finishing sixth in standings for Team Australia.
• Earned three top-five finishes and nine top-10 finishes.
• Won pole position at Surfers Paradise.

2005

• Competed in two Champ Car World Series races with Team Australia with best finish of 10th at Mexico City.
• Finished seventh in the World Series powered by Renault for Carlin Motorsport with wins at Le Mans and Bilbao.
• Finished fourth (sprint) and second (feature) for Australia in A1GP event at Brands Hatch.

2004

• Finished ninth for Alan Docking Racing in British F3 with five podium finishes.
• Earned tests with Minardi Formula 1, European F3000 and World Series Powered by Renault teams.

2003

• Competed in British F3 Championship with Diamond Racing, finishing 14th in standings.
• Recorded four top-five finishes topped by second place at Thurxton.

2002

• Won the Formula Holden Championship in Australia and was second in the Australian F3 series.
• Competed in the Bathurst 1000 V8 Supercar event.

Early career
• Finished second in the Formula Ford National Championship in Australia in 2001.
• Was invited to the Honda Indy Young Guns event at Surfers Paradise and finished second in that event.
• Won Queensland state championship in Formula Ford and finished seventh in Formula Ford National Championship in 2000.

Will Power

Will Power


Will Power


Date of birth: March 01 1981
Residence: Toowoomba, Australia
Nationality: Australia
No.: 12
First race: Surfers Paradise, 2005
Season: 11
Team: Penske
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