Will Power is a renaissance man.
Power, the IndyCar driver perhaps most famously known for his double-barreled salute of IndyCar officials at New Hampshire last summer, can express his emotions funnier than a lot of us, drive a car better than 99.99 percent of the population and can also promptly extinguish his own engine fire.
On Monday during the Izod IndyCar's preseason testing at Sebring International Raceway, Power had an engine fire and stopped just off the track. After he frantically waved to anyone with the capability and equipment to put out the fire, he decided to do it himself, taking the fire extinguisher from a safety worker and running back to his car.
Power's engine also caught on fire again on Tuesday. Hopefully for the last time.
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