Will Power, winner of the 102nd Indianapolis 500 in May, is the 105th face to be permanently fixed to the trophy at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum. It’s Power’s first Borg-Warner Trophy™ appearance. He has 35 career Indy car series race wins.

Creating a 110-pound, sterling silver, three-dimensional likeness of Power’s face takes skill and talent. To design the image, sculptor William Behrends, who has been crafting faces to adorn the trophy since 1990, conducted a multi-phase process that took months to complete. Among the activities was a series of headshots taken of Power, along with an in-studio session where Power posed while Behrends worked on a full-scale clay model of his face to better capture Power’s personality.