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Sentences forPaul Tracy
- On January 10, 1997 Marlboro Team Penske's driver Paul Tracy became the first driver to test on the new speedway.
- However, an incident with his arch-rival Paul Tracy that knocked him out on the final lap of the following race in Denver, and a subsequent win by Allmendinger narrowed the gap between the two.
- The team became known as Team KOOL Green, and expanded to a two-car effort in 1998 with Paul Tracy and rising star Dario Franchitti.
- In 2002, Castroneves barely beat Paul Tracy to win his second consecutive Indy 500.
- In 1997, Unser Jr. had a poor season, whereas Penske teammate Paul Tracy claimed three wins but retired in the last five races to finish fifth in the standings.
- Canadian driver Paul Tracy joined Sportsnet as an analyst.
- Canadian driver Paul Tracy also joined Sportsnet as an analyst.
- In three seasons, Tagliani scored three poles and five podiums but no wins, so Alex was replaced by veteran Paul Tracy for the 2003 season.
- In the 1990s, Paul Tracy won his first career pole position at Road America, and Jacques Villeneuve followed in the footsteps of his uncle in winning his first Indy car race here as well.
- Ryan Hunter-Reay and Paul Tracy took over driving duties for the rest of the 2009 season.
- According to former series champion Paul Tracy, "[Moreno's] a guy who's not going to go out there and make mistakes and go off the road. They need to put miles on the car and run it fairly quickly, and he's the perfect guy for the job."
- He remained at Forsythe until the end of 2002, when he was substituted by Paul Tracy.
- The Forsythe team and its derivatives have amassed 34 CART and Champ Car victories and single championship in 2003 with Canadian Paul Tracy.
- Paul Tracy took over the second team car for one season.
- Paul Tracy also made five starts for the team: Indy 500, Watkins Glen, Edmonton, Toronto, and Mid-Ohio.
- A month later, on 14 November, Franchitti announced his immediate retirement from motor racing on medical advice; he retired with 31 victories from 265 starts in his American open-wheel racing career, a tally which put him in a tie for ninth on the all-time wins list with former teammate Paul Tracy.
- However, contact from Paul Tracy in the pit lane and then an ambitious overtaking move by Sébastien Bourdais resulted in a bent left steering arm, and he fell to the back, one lap down by the time the car was repaired, eventually finishing 12th.
- Without a ride at the beginning of the 2007 season, Servià replaced the injured Paul Tracy at Forsythe Championship Racing.
- His teammates were Emerson Fittipaldi, the man whom he battled with five years before, and Paul Tracy.
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