VIDEO: Power crashes in St Pete IndyCar practice
Australia’s Will Power endured a mixed opening day of the new IndyCar season, crashing in first practice before topping the afternoon’s second session.
Power had been adjusting the brake bias on his Dallara-Chevrolet through the high speed Turn 9 when his car hit a bump, ripping the wheel from his hands.
The Team Penske star returned to be 0.014s quicker than Ganassi’s reigning champion Scott Dixon in Practice 2, with Penske’s Simon Pagenaud third.
Watch the video of Power’s Practice 1 mishap below.