Paul Tracy hasn’t been behind the wheel of an IndyCar since 2011, however that all may change this year.
Wheels.ca reporter Norris McDonald is reporting that Canadian Paul Tracy may make a comeback this year. McDonald says that sources tell him that Tracy will run four races this season, including the Indianapolis 500. Other three would be the Grand Prix of Indianapolis leading up to the big race, as well as the two Honda Indy Toronto races in July. The Honda Indy marks the only Canadian stop as part of the 2014 schedule.
A tweet from Tracy last week has done nothing but fuel the rumors that are swirling.
Very excited about the opportunity to be back at some of my favorite venues … Stay tuned
— paul tracy (@paultracy3) March 6, 2014
Another option may have Tracy behind the wheel of an off-road truck as part of Robby Gordon Formula Off-Road Stadium SUPER Trucks series. Tracy drove one last year at the Honda Indy Toronto and did respectable before crashing on the final lap. The SST trucks will be part of the Honda Indy Toronto weekend, as well as a couple other IndyCar events.
Tracy has spent the past couple years as a commentator on SportsNet’s IndyCar coverage.