This week’s stop on the 2015 Trans Am Series championship trail will bring Paul Fix and the #4 Stopflex.com/CarCoach/RoyalPurple/Well-Worth Chevrolet Corvette to the Road Racing Center of the East, Lime Rock Park. Fix has dominated the Trans Am Series’ last two visits to the circuit, winning the 2013 and 2014 events in captivating style. Fix anticipates the same result come Saturday afternoon when the checkered flag waves on 67 laps of racing.
Paul Fix and the #4 Stopflex/CarCoach/RoyalPurple/Well-Worth Chevrolet Corvette left Road Atlanta with a continuation of achieving podium results and earning points towards the 2015 Trans Am Series championship. Fix ended the 40 laps of racing standing atop the second spot on the podium.
With two podium finishes thus far, Paul Fix and the #4 ClassicTube/Stopflex/CarCoach Chevrolet Corvette look to this week’s Road Atlanta event to gain valuable points in pursuit of a championship. Fix currently occupies the second spot in the year’s end points standings with 50 points (18 points removed from the top spot). Consistent podium finishes and points will lead him to the championship.
Paul Fix and the #4 ClassicTube/Stopflex/CarCoach/Royal Purple/Well-Worth Products Chevrolet Corvette achieved yet another podium result, a second consecutive third place finish, at Homestead-Miami Speedway this past weekend. By doing so, Fix now resides second in the 2015 Trans Am Series championship point standings.
As the 2015 Trans Am Series schedule continues its Florida swing this week heading to Homestead-Miami Speedway, Paul Fix and the #4 ClassicTube/Stopflex/CarCoach/Royal Purple/Well-Worth Products Chevrolet Corvette will carry along the momentum gained with a solid third place result at the previous event in Sebring. Fix, who ran with the leaders, was hampered by a mechanical issue that netted a podium finish. Now, the team looks to better that with a step up to the winner’s spot.
Paul Fix brought the #4 ClassicTube/Stopflex/CarCoach/Royal Purple/Well-Worth Products Chevrolet Corvette to Sebring International Raceway in anticipation of leaving winter behind and getting the 2015 Trans Am season underway. As Fix and the other 73 competitors would realize, Mother Nature had other plans. Constant rain and changing track conditions played a role in the weekend. For Fix though, the net result was a solid third place finish in what promises to be an exciting season of racing.
For Paul Fix, the 2015 Trans Am series season cannot begin soon enough. Fix will bring the #4 ClassicTube/Stopflex/TheCarCoach/Royal Purple/Well-Worth Products Chevrolet Corvette to Sebring International Raceway as the first stop on what promises to be an exciting season of racing in pursuit of the championship trophy.
Paul Fix will bring along some excited partners in his quest for the 2015 Trans Am championship in the #4 Chevrolet Corvette. Returning to support Paul is Royal Purple Synthetic Oil, a long time sponsor of Paul and his racing endeavors. Fix has utilized Royal Purple in his racing and restoration businesses for over 15 years. In addition, Well-Worth Products is joining Paul’s racing program for 2015. Well-Worth, a Buffalo, NY based company, is a performance chemical company supplying various industries such as agricultural, marine, fleet/transportation, automotive, heavy duty and more.
Championship contender Paul Fix will return to the Trans Am series in 2015 and compete in the entirety of the 12-race season. Fix will contest the nation’s longest-running road racing series at the controls of a fresh No. 4 Tony Ave Racing AR-1 car.
For Paul Fix and the #4 Stopflex.com/Tony Ave Racing Chevrolet Corvette the final race of the Trans Am Series season began and ended the same, not as well as hoped for. Fix’s weekend of racing began with an unfortunate racing incident during Wednesday’s test day. The ensuing damage was extensive and required the Tony Ave Racing crew to pull an all-nighter to repair the damage in time for Thursday’s official practice session.