2003 Patrick Carpentier Race Used Team Players IndyCar Suit

Now Sold
Out of Stock

2003 Patrick Carpentier Race Used Team Players IndyCar Suit

Sparco suit worn by Patrick Carpentier during the 2003 Champ Car season, a year in which the French Canadian would score 4 podiums and a race victory at Laguna Seca, with teammate Paul Tracy winning the Series Championship that season . Team Players suits are very hard to come by, so don’t hesitate to grab this one while it’s still in stock.

Patrick Carpentier will be remembered as one of the more versatile drivers of his generation.

Whether it was winning five Champ Car races, racing in the Indy Racing League, spending the better part of a season in NASCAR’s Cup Series, making starts in Xfinity and the Camping World Truck Series, running in A1 GP or finishing second overall in the Rolex 24 at Daytona in 2007, the Quebec-born driver has more than proven his versatility as a driver.

Carpentier’s Champ Car wins came on the big oval at Michigan Speedway (2001), on the Cleveland airport circuit (2002), at Mid-Ohio (2002) and in consecutive years at Laguna Seca (2003-04). In 2006, he competed in 24 of the 36 Cup Series races for Gillett Evernham Motorsports, winning the pole at New Hampshire. In Xfinity, he scored a pair of second-place finishes on his home track of Montreal (2007-08).

Carpentier’s podium finish in the season-opening Grand Am race at Daytona was in a Pontiac/Riley for Peter Baron. Driving alongside Darren Manning, Ryan Dalziel and Milka Duno, Carpentier would finish second to the Chip Ganassi Racing entry piloted by Scott Pruett, Salvador Doran and Juan Pablo Montoya.

The suit comes with a Certificate Of Authenticity.