2006 Paul Tracy Signed Race Worn Mexico City 250 Nascar Suit
Paul Tracy wore this Impact Racing suit while driving for Biagi Bros. Racing during the 2006 Mexico City 250 Nascar race. Paul Tracy would drive in 6 Nascar Busch Series races that year.
Fascinated by cars since boyhood, Tracy raced go-karts until he was 16. At age 16, in 1985, he became the youngest ever Canadian Formula Ford Champion. He was also the winner of the final Can-Am race in series history at the age of 17, and in that same race he achieved the record of being the youngest winner in Can-Am history. Tracy worked his way up through the North American open-wheel feeder series’ culminating with winning the 1990 American Racing Series Championship, and in the process set a record for single season wins with nine.
Paul Tracy, who is still racing these days, is best known for winning the 2003 CART Championship while driving for Player’s Forsythe Racing. He would also finish 3rd a total of three times in the CART/Champ Car Series standings. He amassed 26 poles and 31 wins during his CART/Champ Car/IndyCar career. The “Thrill from West Hill”, as be became affectionately known, has always been a extremely popular driver due to his aggressive style of driving and his flare for the dramatic.
This stunning red and blue suit has main sponsor GEICO’s famous branding logo on the front and back, along with many other company logos embroidered on the chest and sleeves. The suit is signed by Tracy in black marker pen just above the waist belt and commemorates the Mexico City Nascar race as well.
The suit comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.