Paul Fix Takes On The Tarmac Launches Assault on GT-1 Title At Grand Prix of Cleveland CLEVELAND, Ohio (June 23, 2005) - Paul Fix and Fix Motorsports ...
Paul Fix Takes On The Tarmac
Launches Assault on GT-1 Title At Grand Prix of Cleveland
CLEVELAND, Ohio (June 23, 2005) - Paul Fix and Fix Motorsports #77 STOP FLEX/ Buca di Beppo Mustang Cobra kicks off its 2005 season for Trans-Am Series at the Grand Prix of Cleveland. Fix returns to the Trans-Am series for his 5th year of competition, following a successful season in 2004 where Paul finished 1st at the Grand Prix of Denver and 2nd at Road America.
"I look forward to the competition in the GT-1 category, in the events we intend to compete in the team expects to present the car in the best possible preparation to achieve our goals", stated Paul Fix. The team looks improve upon its 2004 season, with a more complete schedule of events in 2005. Fix has set a goal to earn the GT-1 drivers championship.
After a successful SCCA National Win at Road Atlanta, the team looks to carry the momentum into Cleveland. The Grand Prix of Cleveland kicks off with practice Friday morning.
The team is fueled by Buca di Beppo, a neighborhood Italian restaurant, where their guests feast on family platters of real, immigrant, Southern Italian specialties in a boisterous, celebratory environment that recalls the Italian-American supper clubs of the 1940s and '50s. They have locations in 26 states, check out www.bucadibeppo.com for a location near you.
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 and product support from Mechanix Wear.
The feature race, part of the 24th Annual Grand Prix of Cleveland Presented by U.S. Bank weekend, is scheduled to run on Saturday, June 25 at 3:30 p.m. EDT on Cleveland's 2.106-mile airport circuit.
The Trans-Am Series has a long history at Cleveland's 10-turn course, set up on the runways and taxiways of Cleveland's Burke Lakefront Airport. The Series has competed here 14 times since 1988. This year at Cleveland, Trans-Am will continue to celebrate its 40th consecutive year of competition.
The Trans-Am on the Tarmac, Round 3 of the 2005 Trans-Am Series and part of the part of the 24th Annual Grand Prix of Cleveland Presented by U.S. Bank weekend, is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, June 25-26, 2005. Saturday's race will air on tape-delayed basis, Sunday, July 3 at 3 p.m. EDT on SPEED Channel.