How Power became an IndyCar cult hero

How Power became an IndyCar cult hero

While IndyCar has tried to build its brand of personality around Danica Patrick, one of her rivals has earned himself cult status this year, as Mark Glendenning explains. Step forward... Will Power

If you've ever visited some of the more remote pockets of northern California, you might have seen guys like the one who currently has Will Power's attention in the paddock at Sears Point.

Not that Power has much choice. Roughly six feet tall, the gentleman is probably in his fifties, although near-permanent exposure to the sun has given his skin a leathery hue that makes it difficult to pinpoint his true age.

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