After becoming the first Australian to win the iconic Indianapolis 500, Will Power wants to conquer another famous motor race - the Bathurst 1000.
While the IndyCar superstar has ruled out a full-time place on the Supercars circuit, he is determined to race again at Mount Panorama.
The Toowoomba product's only start at Bathurst was back in 2002 when he finished 18th with co-driver Mark Larkham.
It's unlikely to happen in 2019, but Power is keen for it to become a reality within five years.
"I'd love to do Bathurst again. We've definitely talked about it," Power told AAP.
"It's hard for me to get the time to fly over without it affecting the Indy car season. That's the hang up. It's all got to work with the team."
The final race of the 2019 IndyCar series is on September 22, only weeks before drivers take to the mountain at Bathurst on October 10.
Power has six Supercars starts, the last coming during a cameo on the Gold Coast in 2012.
But he still keeps a keen eye on the Supercars championship and is close friends with two-time Bathurst champion Will Davison.
The Ford flyer was in the United States to watch and celebrate with Power after the Indy500 victory.
The 37-year-old had many near misses at the famous Indiana Speedway before flying to an emotional breakthrough win in May.
Australian Associated Press
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