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It's smooth sailing for Tracy in San Jose qualifying (Inside Bay Area)
by NewsReader 07-29-2006

SAN JOSE ? As Paul Tracy drove across the light rail tracks on Market Street at 160 mph Friday, the only sound was the roar of his 750-horsepower Cosworth engine.

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