Williamsville, NY– (March 1, 2018) Paul Fix will enter the 2018 Trans Am Series championship season looking for redemption.
Fix completed both the 2015 and 2016 seasons second in the final championship standings and is prepared to assault the schedule of twelve events with vigor. Fix will bring along the perennial contending number 4 StopFlex.com CarCoachReports.com Tony Ave Racing prepared Mustang.
“I am excited to be a part of another Trans Am season.” said Fix. “For over 50 years Trans Am has been an incredible racing series with great history of fierce competition between manufacturers and drivers. I’m excited to carry on the tradition.”
“I can’t wait to be back behind the wheel and compete in the longest running road racing series in North America. In recent years the great fields show the strength of road racing in the U.S. and the dedication to the Trans Am brand,” noted Fix.
The Tony Ave Racing crew has been once again tasked with the responsibility of preparing Fix’s entry. The crew has not rested during the off season, focusing their energies into preparing the best available car for Fix.
Said Fix, “The crew is anxious to get the season underway. They are eager to show that we are every bit a contender this year as we were previously. To achieve the championship this season is the teams primary objective.”
The 2018 schedule of events will have Fix and the series visiting familiar venues. Venues Fix has already established track records, fast laps and wins upon. Those accomplishments and experience will be pivotal when it comes to attaining the championship.
“There certainly is a level of comfort knowing our past performances at the various stops along the road to a championship,” offered Fix. “I expect we will be fast and extremely competitive this season.”
The 2018 pursuit for a championship trophy gets under way this weekend at Sebring International Raceway. Trans Am will be on track for first official practice at 10:35 ET Saturday March 3rd, followed by the One Shot Qualifying session at 5:05 PM ET.. The green flag will wave on 27 laps of racing Sunday, March 4th at 11:05 AM ET. Fans of Paul Fix can follow all the action via live timing and scoring available at gotransam.com.
About Paul Fix: Paul Fix is a professional racecar driver based in New York, he has been competing most recently in IMSA LMP3 Prototypes and took second in the 2017 Championship; also racing in the SCCA Pro Trans-Am Series since 2000, Fix has seen countless wins, podium finishes and championships in his career. www.paulfix.com, @paul_fix
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