Following a supremely consistent season, Australian Will Power captured his first IndyCar Series title. The 33-year old took three victories and four pole positions in 2014 to finish the season on top for Team Penske.
Power began his career racing in his native country before a switch to Europe enabled him to hone his skills against some of the toughest young competitors in the world. He moved to the United States in 2006 and quickly became a winning driver in the Champ Car World Series.
Power joined his current squad Team Penske in IndyCar, initially filling in for Helio Castroneves at the beginning of the 2009 season. He scored his first win for the famed outfit on the streets of Edmonton that year, before his season was cut short by injury following a practice crash at Sonoma. He recovered from two fractured vertebrae and has now claimed 21 wins and 30 pole positions in the series, finishing as vice champion on three occasions before he claimed his maiden title this year.
Aside from racing, the Aussie has a great passion for fitness. Known for his intensity and dry sense of humour, Power also enjoys listening to music and playing the drums.