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Paul Fix (#77 Classic Tube Ford Mustang) is running for rookie points and is heading west to fight for Rookie Of The Year. "We are still seeking a sponsorship for our team." said Paul who has proven himself by finishing as high as 10th at the Tenneco Detroit Grand Prix.

This is quite impressive for a rookie that is unsecured for the season - so far. Paul's talent and experience in vintage Trans Am racing has really paid off for his team.


** Paul raced in similar cars for the past 2 years in Scott Pruett's IMSA and T/A championship car.

** His best finishing position was at the Detroit Grand Prix - 10th.

** This is Paul 85th race start since 1989.

** Paul's family races as well. His wife Lauren taught Paul to race in 1988 and races in vintage T/A cars. Children: Shelby, 9 and Paul III, 7 race karts.

** This is Paul's 7th start in the Trans Am season.

** Paul is still seeking sponsorship for the 2002 season.

Round seven of the Trans-Am Series for the BFGoodrich Tires Cup, the Tommy Bahama 125, will be broadcast live from Portland at 4:00pm. (EDT) LIVE on Saturday, August 4th on Speedvision . The Trans-Am Series race will be contested over 125 miles and will be one of three "pit stop" races run this season. The other "pit stop" race will be September 9th at Laguna Seca.

Stop by our pit and support the #77 "wired piranha" racing team. "Ready to eat the competition!".

Fix Motorsports is supported by Classic Tube-Prebent Tubing Products'; Royal Purple Synthetic Oils and Lubricants; Mechanix Wear; Prestone; FRAM; and Driving Ambitions Performance Driving Schools.


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Series Trans-Am
Drivers Scott Pruett , Paul Fix