CHARLOTTE, NC - Will Power says he's committed to IndyCar and believes the series will become much safer from the investigation into Dan Wheldon's fatal accident.
Power was involved in the 15-car accident that killed the two-time Indianapolis 500 winner. Power's car went airborne and hit the wall that had an energy-absorbing SAFER barrier at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Power suffered a broken vertebra in the accident but said Wednesday that he feels fine and will be back in the car very soon.
Power also broke two vertebrae in a 2009 crash at Sonoma.
He says he's convinced IndyCar CEO Randy Bernard is "on a mission" to make the series safer and evaluate everything in the wake of the accident.