View Full Version : Tracy & Servia in,Dominguez out at Forsythe

05-24-2007, 03:07 PM
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana May 21st, 2007 Paul Tracy has been given the green light to return behind the wheel of his #3 INDECK Champ Car after suffering a compression fracture to his first lumbar vertebrae during practice for the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach in April. The 2003 Champion began his recovery process only a couple of days after his accident by continuing with his strict fitness routine which includes cycling for over 50 miles a day under the hot Nevada sun. Last week Tracy visited Dr. Trammell in Indianapolis who reviewed the latest X-rays and gave him the approval to drive the 750 horsepower turbocharged DP01.

Tracys return to the track will take place this week at the historic Mont-Tremblant Circuit in St. Jovite, Quebec where he will conduct a two day test with his #3 Forsythe Crew May 24th & 25th.

Forsythe Championship Racing is also pleased to announce that Oriol Servia, who replaced Tracy for the Long Beach and Houston events recording impressive 2nd and 4th place results, will return to the Forsythe Team to take over the driving duties of the #7 INDECK Champ Car at the Mazda Champ Car Grand Prix of Portland Presented by Joes Sports and Outdoors.

Paul Tracy
It feels good to be back in shape and ready to drive. Its been very frustrating, we started the year with a strong result in Vegas and we knew we were starting to build momentum but this injury completely interrupted our plans for the Championship. Its going to be tough obviously coming from behind in the points but all we can do is go out there, win races, collect as many points as we can and see what happens. The Forsythe Team has been working very hard on the development of the DP01 and weve proven that we can be up there fighting for the top spots, now well just have to pick up where we left off and start building our momentum again.

Oriol Servia
Well its another good opportunity for me, I want to thank Jerry Forsythe and the Forsythe Team for putting their trust in me and letting me get back behind the wheel of one of their cars. Im also very glad that Paul (Tracy) is fully recovered; I hope that together we can give Sebastien (Bourdais) a good fight for the Victory at Portland. These last few weeks for me have been no different for me than any other year, Im preparing mentally and physically as I always do, always ready to go out there and fight for the Championship.