Paul Fix Attacks The Molson Indy -Toronto Buffalo, NY (July 7, 2005) - Paul Fix and Fix Motorsports ...
Paul Fix Attacks The Molson Indy -Toronto
Buffalo, NY (July 7, 2005) - Paul Fix and Fix Motorsports #77 STOP FLEX/ Computer Systems Centre Mustang Cobra will head north of the border to compete in the Molson Indy in Toronto, Canada.J Paul Fix, from just down the road in Buffalo, N.Y., will attempt to take the GT-1 Class points lead this weekend after winning the class in Cleveland and 4th overall, driving the No. 77 StopFlex / Computer Systems Centre Ford Mustang.
"I plan on building from my success in Cleveland and having a great finish in Toronto to take the lead in the GT-1 championship hunt", stated Fix. "The team is prepared to challenge the streets of Toronto. We enjoy the city, the people and the passion from the fans."
The Molson Indy Toronto will celebrate its 20th Running in 2005 and has become one of the country's premier annual sporting events. Auto racing through the streets of Exhibition Place in Toronto has been a summer tradition since 1986.
The team is supported by Computer Systems Centre, Canada's largest independent Apple reseller as well as an authorized reseller and service provider for Apple, Cisco, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Microsoft, Sony, Toshiba and many more. Located at College and Spadina, for more information, go to www.csctoronto.com.
Stop-Flex Stainless Braided Hoses will be the major sponsor for the team for the rest of the season. Stop Flex manufactures "Certified" DOT street legal hoses for all years, makes and models of trucks and cars - factory, custom, street rod and tuner applications. For more information go to www.stopflex.com.
Fix Motorsports is also supported by: Classic Tube "Prebent Tubing Products", Pennzoil Platinum Full Synthetic Oil; Rain-X; Gumout and product support from Mechanix Wear.
The Trans-Am in T.O., Round 4 of the 2005 Trans-Am Championship and part of the part of the Molson Indy Toronto weekend, is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, July 8-9, 2005. Saturday's race will air on tape-delayed basis, Sunday, July 17 at 12:30 p.m. on SPEED Channel.