Will Power Net Worth

Will Power Net Worth

William Steven Power shortly known as Will Power is an Australian motorsports driver who competes in the IndyCar series. He is known for winning 2014 IndyCar series and 2018 Indianapolis 500. As of 2018, Will Power net worth is estimated to be around $12 million.

William was born on March 1, 1981 in Queensland, Australia to Bob Power. He started his amateur career in his hometown driving a Datsun 1200 at Morgan Park Raceway. After three years of Formula Ford racing, he won 2002 Australian Drivers’ Championship by over 50 points from Stewart McColl.

In 2003, he went to Europe and joined the British Formula 3 Championship racing for Diamond Racing.  Two years later, he competed in the World Series by Renault for the Carlin Motorsport team. In 2005, Will joined Champ Car Team Australia at the Lexmark Indy 300. However, after a year later, he drove full time for Team Australia in 2006. In 2007, he won his first Champ Car race at Las Vegas Grand Prix and won rookie of the year honor with team Australia.

In 2009, Power joined his team full-time for the 2010 season with sponsorship from Verizon Wireless. He won the first two races of the 2010 season at Brazil and St. Petersburg. In that season, he scored five wins and a record eight pole positions.

From 2012 to 2013, he achieved nine Verizon P1 Pole Awards and six wins. He then won his first series championship and 13th IndyCar title for his Team Penske in 2014. He had a difficult time in 2015 IndyCar series season but somehow managed to finish third in the championship.

Recently, Power won the 2018 IndyCar Grand Prix scoring Team Penske’s 200th win the series despite his slow start to the season. He won the 1002nd running of the Indianapolis 500 on May 27, 2018.

Regarding his personal life, he is married to Liz Cannon. They got married in 2010 and has a son named Beau Power who is now 2 years old.

Will Power Net Worth: $12 million

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