Although he started seventh in the Motorola 220, Paul Tracy quickly found himself in 23rd place as his car died just before taking the green flag.

Road America has long been known as one of the best natural-terrain road courses in the world, and any victory at the 4.048-mile circuit is rewarding. However, some victories are more sweeter than others, such as Paul Tracy's win in the 2000 Motorola 220. Rolling up the hill to take the green flag, disaster struck when his car died, plummeting him back to 23rd place and almost a quarter-lap behind the lead pack. P.T. refired his car, put his head down, his elbows up, and went to work, masterfully carving his way through the field to claim his 2nd win at Road American and his 2nd win in 2000.

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