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Will Power gets first IndyCar title as Tony Kanaan wins Fontana race
Will Power gets first IndyCar title as Tony Kanaan wins Fontana race

Turns out the fourth time was the charm for IndyCar driver Will Power. The Australian driver captured his first Verizon IndyCar Series championship Saturday night, while Tony Kanaan won the series' season-ending race at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. Power finished ninth in the MAVTV 500, and his teammate and closest pursuer in the title chase, Helio Castroneves, finished 14th. That gave Power a 62-point advantage over Castroneves in the final standings. “I was crying over the [finish] line,” Power, 33, told a television audience from Victory Lane. “It's for real, man. I can't believe it. My hands are like numb from holding onto the wheel so tight.”...

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