Paul Tracy Confirmed For Trans-Am Debut

Paul Tracy
Paul Tracy will compete in the Trans-Am Series event at Road America. (IndyCar Photo)

MIAMI, Fla. – Paul Tracy will join the Trans-Am Series presented by Pirelli at Road Atlanta for the Georgia Speedfest, March 29-31, driving the No. 87 3-Dimensional Services Group Chevrolet Camaro in the TA2 class.

Tracy, the 2003 Champ Car champion, will drive the No. 87 in place of team owner Doug Peterson, who opted to enter a showcase driver in his absence. The addition of Tracy will give the 3-Dimensional team a potent one-two punch alongside former IndyCar competitor Rafa Matos, a full-time competitor in the TA2 class.

“I’m pleased to have Paul pilot the No. 87 for us,” said Peterson. “The TA2 class has continued to grow over the past few years and is, in my opinion, one of the most competitive classes in North America. Putting Paul in the car helps shine a light on the class, and Trans Am, while giving our Atlanta event yet another layer of excitement.”

Despite racing experience that spans Cam-Am, Champ Car, Grand-Am, NASCAR and more, the event will mark Tracy’s Trans-Am debut.

“What a great opportunity to make a return to Road Atlanta after so many years and drive in Trans-Am,” said Tracy. “My good friend Tommy Kendall has been pushing me to get more involved in sports car racing and I’m thrilled to be back in the seat. I look forward to giving the entire field a run for their money in the TA2 class and putting the No. 87 Camaro on the podium.”

Tracy will compete in the TA2 Muscle Car Challenge, a 101.6 mile, 40-lap competition on Saturday, March 31 and will add to an already deep field with talents including Matos, Marc Miller, Tony Buffomante, Shane Lewis and more.