INDIANAPOLIS - Paul Tracy has found a ride for the Indy 500. The longtime open-wheel driver will pilot the No. 23 car for Dreyer & Reinbold racing for the 100th anniversary of the iconic race.
This marks the fourth time Tracy will team up with Dreyer & Reinbold. The 42-year-old Canadian has been one of the most successful open-wheel drivers during his 21-year career, including winning the ChampCar Series championship in 2003.
He has competed part-time in recent years. He raced in five events last season, including three while driving the No. 24 for Dreyer & Reinbold. His best finish was a sixth-place effort in Edmonton.
Tracy has two career starts in the Indy 500, finishing second in 2002 and ninth in 2009.