Paul Tracy sits seventh all-time in open wheel racing victories. He is one of the most successful drivers in the history of open-wheel racing with 31 career victories. Tracy has competed in 270 Indy car-type events during his career and has established himself as one of the top drivers in open-wheel racing. A resident of Las Vegas, he is among the top 10 in almost every Champion Car career statistical category including wins, 31 (sixth all-time), poles, 25 (eighth all-time), and laps led, 4,231 (sixth all-time).
Tracy, a Canadian residing in the U.S., is easily one of the most charismatic, outspoken and just plain brave auto racers in the world. Because of Paul's honest, yet confrontational behavior, race fans around the world have cheered and boo-ed him on and off the track.
Tracy expanded his brand as an on-camera expert for a full season of SPEED Channel's Battle of the Supercars, driving the latest exotics from Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche in a head-to-head competition against Tanner Foust while verbally terrorizing his competitor in the process.
In 2011, Paul drove in the Jay Penske’s Dragon Racing – IndyCar Series for a total of 5 races including the season ending event in Las Vegas. For Dreyer & Reinbold Racing, Paul raced for the team at the 2011 Indianapolis 500 Centennial event. In 2012, as part of the Grand-Am Series, Paul drove in the Rolex24 hours at Daytona for Doran Racing finishing 7th overall and looking to make a transition into full-time sports car racing in the very near future. For the last two years, Paul has been a color analyst for Sports Net Canada covering the Indycar series and, in the last year, he has been an analyst for NBC Sports. Paul has resigned all auto races that will be covered in 2015.