Long Beach: Paul Fix season opener preview

Paul Fix begins pursuit in the 2002 Trans-Am Series in a new Jaguar. Buffalo, New York Paul Fix is set for a return to sports car racing with the ...

Paul Fix begins pursuit in the 2002 Trans-Am Series in a new Jaguar.

Buffalo, New York Paul Fix is set for a return to sports car racing with the #77 Fix Motorsports Team for the BF Goodrich Cup in the Trans-Am series. Fix Motorsports is preparing a new 2002 Jaguar XKR. Paul will be a strong competitor with a lot of new changes to be announced in the upcoming weeks.

"I am sure that the new Jaguar bodywork is a great aerodynamic package and the car will be difficult to beat this year", stated Fix.

Fix Motorsports enters its 3rd year of competition. During 2001, Paul Fix raced the full schedule in the Trans-Am Series in the #77 Mustang Cobra. A great rookie season, resulting in 1 top 10 finish, 3rd place in rookie points, 19th in Driver's Championship Points and 6th in Owner's Points. Paul presented the best overall rookie performance for 2001.

Much of the success of the #77 Jaguar will come from the strength of the team. Crew Chief Gary Johnson will be back on board, and his proven dedication will result in another great performance this season.

Paul Fix will compete as part of the 12-race Trans-Am Series for the BF Goodrich Tires Cup. The Trans-Am Series, Sports Car Club of America Pro Racing, is the longest-running road racing series in North America, entering its 37th year of competition in 2002.

All events will be televised nationally on CBS and the Speed Channel (formerly Speedvision). You can find out more at www.paulfix.com.

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Series Trans-Am
Drivers Paul Fix , John Gary