Biography

Competing in his 18th NTT INDYCAR SERIES season in 2022, Will Power has secured his position among the all-time greats in North America’s premier open-wheel racing series. His 40 career wins and 63 career pole positions rank fifth and second, respectively, in the series record books. Power also ranks inside the top-10 all-time in most laps led among INDYCAR drivers, entering the 2022 season. As he continues his high level of production now in his 14th season competing for Team Penske, Power aims for a record-breaking year behind the wheel of the No. 12 Verizon 5G Dallara/Chevrolet.

Entering 2022, Power has produced an incredible run of 15 consecutive seasons with at least one INDYCAR SERIES victory. He extended the impressive streak thanks to a dominant win in the fall race on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) Road Course in August of 2021. His NTT P1 Pole Award won at World Wide Technology Raceway the following weekend extended his streak to 13 consecutive seasons of producing at least one pole position and he enters the year just four poles away from tying Mario Andretti for the all-time INDYCAR record. After earning four podium results – including the win on the IMS road course – Power finished ninth in the championship pursuit last season to mark his 12th consecutive year ranking inside the top 10 in the final series standings.

The 40-year-old Power has showed no signs of slowing down. He and the No. 12 Verizon 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 compete for his second NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship and second career Indianapolis 500 victory in 2022.