Following his 18th NTT INDYCAR SERIES (NICS) season in 2022 in which he secured his second series championship, Will Power has continued to secure his position among the all-time greats in North America’s premier open-wheel racing series. His 41 career victories places the Australian driver alone in fifth place on the all-time wins list as he enters his 16th season driving for Team Penske in 2023. His most satisfying career accomplishment came on the same weekend that he captured the 2022 NICS championship in the No. 12 Verizon 5G Chevrolet. In qualifying for the final race of the year at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Power broke a tie with racing legend Mario Andretti as he won his his 68th career pole position, the most in series history. Additionally, Power’s victory at Detroit in 2022 extended his streak with at least one win to 16 consecutive seasons.

The 41-year-old Power has showed no signs of slowing down. He and the No. 12 Verizon 5G Chevrolet team continue to consistently run among the fastest cars in the deep and competitive INDYCAR field. Power’s combination of raw speed and veteran experience put him in a good position to continue to compete for another NICS championship and a second career Indianapolis 500 victory this season. Following the 2021 season, in which he finished outside the top five in the championship standings for the first time since 2009, Power adopted a different mental approach to each race weekend, one with amazingly consistent results. With his one race victory, nine podium finishes and five NTT P1 Pole Awards in 2022, Power found the right formula to earn another series championship.