FIX RUMBLES AT ROAD AMERICA August 17, 2005 - Buffalo, NY- Paul Fix has finished first in GT-1 three times this year and comes into Road America seeking his first GT-1 title in the ...
FIX RUMBLES AT ROAD AMERICA
August 17, 2005 - Buffalo, NY- Paul Fix has finished first in GT-1 three times this year and comes into Road America seeking his first GT-1 title in the #77 Stopflex/ Pennzoil/ Drive! Magazine Mustang; he will look to repeat the team's performance enroute to the GT1 class championship.
The Fix Motorsports Mustang has achieved four straight GT1 class poles and three victories in four events in the Trans-Am Series.
"I've been racing at Road America since 1992, I really like this track because of the length and the high speeds. I competed at my first Trans-Am event at Road America and have always had strong performances. The fans are very dedicated to road racing here, and this adds to the overall excitement of the weekend," stated Paul.
The 4.048-mile road course in the picturesque Wisconsin countryside has been a part of the Trans-Am Series legend every year since 1970. This year, as Trans-Am Series celebrates its 40th anniversary, that legend will continue, as the Trans-Am Series returns this weekend to Road America for the Rumble at the Road, Round 8 and the of the 2005 season.
The Rumble at the Road, Round 8 of the 2005 Trans-Am Championship and part of the Road America 500 weekend, is scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 19-21, 2005. Sunday's race, which starts at 10:25 a.m. CDT, will air Sunday, Aug. 28 at 3 p.m. EDT on SPEED Channel.
The Trans-Am Series features closed-fendered, production-based, V-8-powered sports cars, competing on permanent road courses, and temporary street and airport circuits throughout North America. The Trans-Am Series is America's oldest continuously running road racing series and celebrates its 40th consecutive year of competition in 2005.