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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.
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"There's a lot of things I catch, and Townsend catches a lot of things, that a lot of guys who have been out of a car a long time don't see anymore," Tracy said. "When I sit down and watch an IndyCar race or a NASCAR race or a sports car race, I catch things on the camera views that a lot of people miss. Those are the things that I would like to talk about."
"It was five races, but a lot was fairly scripted," Tracy said. "We had story lines, for use in pre-race and during commercial time. So I've never done a full length race. There's a lot to talk about on the fly, a lot to comment on."