“The Thrill from West Hill” won the 2003 CART/ChampCar Series championship and ranks 10th all-time in IndyCar wins with 31. Born in Scarborough, Ontario, Tracy became, at 16, the youngest ever Canadian Formula Ford champion. The following season (1986), he became the youngest ever Can-Am winner. Moving into the American Racing Series in 1988, he won his debut race. His astonishing dominance in his 1990 title run included nine wins in 14 starts. Hired as a fill-in by Roger Penske for the 1991 CART season, Tracy found his form in 1993 and ’94, winning five and three races respectively and finishing third in the championship both years. After that, Tracy had up-and-down results before joining Forsythe Racing in 2003: Tracy won seven races on his way to the title. The Canadian entered nine Indianapolis 500s, with a best finish of 2nd in 2002. He was in the process of passing winner Helio Castroneves on Lap 199 when the caution was triggered by a crash elsewhere. He began doing color commentary on IndyCar coverage in 2014.