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Following Penske's return to a two-car team, Tracy's father discovered a provision prohibiting him from driving one-year old cars for either the small, underfunded Bettenhausen Motorsport or Hogan Racing squads and Tracy did not want to race for underachieving teams. He signed a three-year contract with team owners Carl Haas and Paul Newman in October 1994 to replace the retired Mario Andretti at Newman/Haas Racing, but Penske could resign him for the 1996 season if Fittipaldi left after the 1995 championship. Tracy drove the underpowered No. 3 Lola T95/00-Ford. In the season's second round, the Australian Indy Car Grand Prix at Surfers Paradise, he won his first race of the season, passing teammate Michael Andretti with eight laps left. Tracy took the championship lead after finishing fourth at Phoenix, before winning the Miller Genuine Draft 200 at Milwaukee by holding off Unser in the final laps. The rest of the season yielded six top tens with three second places at Road America, Mid-Ohio and Laguna Seca. Tracy's left ankle was injured in a karting accident, requiring him to deflate the clutch pedal with a specially built carbon fibre shield over his left racing boot. Tracy was sixth in the drivers' standings with 115 points.

• Solid polycarbonate back
• Flexible, see-through polyurethane sides
• .5 mm raised bezel
• Precisely aligned port openings
• Easy to take on and off
• Wireless charging compatible
• The SE case fits the 2020 iPhone® SE model
• Blank product sourced from China