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Topic - Paul Tracy
Paul Tracy, one of the most outspoken and polarizing drivers in recent history, has been given a microphone to opine about the current state of IndyCar.
Five things to know about what went on at IndyCar Series media day in advance of the season-opening March 30 race at St. Petersburg, Fla.
Robby Gordon's truck series has picked up a pair of former champions to run at Toronto.
Sebastien Bourdais would be thrilled if his 100th IndyCar start sparked a turnaround.
James Hinchcliffe once spent three hours waiting for the chance to meet his hero.
Paul Tracy is close to putting together a deal to run in IndyCar this season, but said 2012 will be his final year in the open-wheel series.
Paul Tracy is working for two IndyCar teams this season.
Tracy said he struggled initially, but "I'll get it figured out."