It's a tradition of this Blog to recognize a driver on Memorial Day Weekend, which is one of the top weekends in motor sports. This year one of the greats just broke through on the biggest stage. William Power has been one of the best drivers in Indy Car, but the Indianapolis 500 had always alluded him. In what turned out to be the least predictable race, Power was able to outlast the few cars ahead of him that ran short on fuel, while keeping an aggressive fuel strategy himself to win the race without much challenge. The Penske Racing Team driving Australian held off Ed Carpenter who finished second place but he was distant. Like many athletes who achieve their pinnacle milestone later in their careers, the whispers of "greatest to never win the [big event]" are abated, and Power goes down in the annals of this Blog as Sportsman of the Week!