Will Power of IndyCar is upset with Scott Dixon, Romain Grosjean, and Road America itself.

Will Power of IndyCar is upset with Scott Dixon, Romain Grosjean, and Road America itself.

After a strange collision with six-time champion Scott Dixon during Saturday’s practice session in which Dixon spun and let Grosjean through, Power’s vehicle had to be rebuilt.

After Dixon crashed both of his vehicles by slamming into Power’s path, Power and his teammate Indy 500 winner Dixon got into a violent argument. Power shoved Dixon’s shoulder.

All of that annoyance began during practice

Will Power of IndyCar is upset with Scott Dixon, Romain Grosjean, and Road America itself.
Will Power of IndyCar is upset with Scott Dixon, Romain Grosjean, and Road America itself.

when Power collided with six-time series winner Scott Dixon as a result of two distinct events that occurred within a short period of time. Romain Grosjean blocked Power on a straightaway in the first incident, causing Power to take two wheels off the ground. Soon after, Grosjean approached Scott Dixon and Dixon let him through while Power was still close behind. Dixon then attempted to rejoin the racing line but failed to notice Power’s car behind Grosjean and struck him quickly.

Beginning with an installation lap that Power promptly abandoned after spotting a screwdriver inside the car, qualifying added insult to injury for Power. Power subsequently failed, leaving the driver with little time to complete a quick lap on the quick, recently repaved Road America, where he then made a mistake and veered off course. Sadly for Power, the runoff area of the circuit has been uneven since the repaving, and he became at least the third driver since the repave to suffer the discomfort of landing an IndyCar at speed after catching some air upon driving off the course. The IndyCar pole-sitter who holds the record would place only 22nd overall.

Will Power of IndyCar is upset with Scott Dixon, Romain Grosjean, and Road America itself.
Will Power of IndyCar is upset with Scott Dixon, Romain Grosjean, and Road America itself.

Due to the frantic nature of the repairs, Power was late for qualifying because a loose tool had been left in his cockpit. There were chaotic scenes in the pit lane as the team searched for the tool.

Power, Dixon, and Grosjean each made significant errors during qualifying, putting them all between 19th and 23rd tomorrow. Though Power’s resentment may have reached a breaking point, the drama at one of America’s premier racetracks is just getting started.

 

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