What happened to Paul Tracey?
Paul Tracy, longtime color analyst for NBC Sports’ IndyCar coverage, will have a scaled back role during the 2021 season, he and NBC confirmed Monday night. According to Tracy, he’s currently scheduled to work six IndyCar race weekends in the booth in 2021, rather than his full-time role of the prior two seasons.
How old is Paul Tracy?
52 years (December 17, 1968)
Where is Paul Tracy from?
Scarborough, Toronto, Canada
Paul Tracy/Place of birth
Does Paul Tracy still race?
IndyCar racer turned broadcast race analyst Paul Tracy will be making his racing comeback this summer as one of the all-star drivers in the new Superstar Racing Experience (SRX). At present, Tracy is one of 10 well-known drivers signed up, and probably not the only one with limited seat time in a dirt car.
How old is Paul Tracy the race car driver?
Paul Tracy is currently single, according to our records. The Canadian Race Car Driver was born in Canada on December 17, 1968. Canadian race car driver who competed in CART, the ChampCar World Series and the IndyCar Series. As of 2021, Paul Tracy’s is not dating anyone. Paul is 52 years old.
What was the low point of Paul Tracy’s career?
The low points of the year came in Houston when he crashed out of second place after colliding with his teammate Dario Franchitti, leading to an altercation with team owner Barry Green when Tracy returned to the pits, and when, while leading the Marlboro 500, he spun out during a caution lap 3 laps from the finish.
Who is Paul Tracy dating at the moment?
Ahead, we take a look at who is Paul Tracy dating now, who has he dated, Paul Tracy’s girlfriend, past relationships and dating history. We will also look at Paul’s biography, facts, net worth, and much more. Who is Paul Tracy dating? Paul Tracy is currently single, according to our records.
What was Paul Tracy’s contract with Penske Racing?
Tracy was only offered a restrictive contract with few guarantees, and ultimately decided to stay in North America. Tracy was permitted to sign with Newman/Haas Racing for the 1995 season for $1.5 million, with Penske holding an option after that year, where he won two races ( Australia and Milwaukee) and finished 6th in the championship.