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Will Power takes career milestone pole, seeks elusive win at Iowa Speedway

Formerly not a fan of oval racing, Will Power is proving to be an oval track powerhouse as the 2018 Indianapolis 500 champion took the pole for the Iowa Corn 300 Saturday at Iowa Speedway. Power’s Verizon P1 Award is his third at Iowa, the most pole awards won at the small, rough and tumble oval track. Despite having had so much speed and success in qualifying over the years, Power continues to chase his first victory at the track. “It's been high up on my list for a long time,” he said. “You start looking at tracks you haven't won on, and you want to get that ticked off. So this is one of them. This is probably the top of the list of tracks I haven't...
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