You are here: Home / @The Apex / Racing / Trans Am

Cindy Lux Ready to Make SCCA History

Aloha, Oregon's Cindi Lux has made history several times in her racing career. She was the inaugural champion of the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) Women's Global GT Series in 1999 and competed as part of the first all-female ALMS driver squad at Petit Le Mans the same year. Read More »

Wally Castro Wins Puerto Rico Grand Prix

There were many pundits who didn’t expect Puerto Rican racing legend Wally Castro to have a chance at victory during Sunday’s Puerto Rico Grand Prix. Fortunately for Castro, no one told him that. Castro, Read More »

Pruett Holds off Said for MotoRock Mile High 100 Victory

Scott Pruett proved his lack of experience at Denver didn’t matter, as the he simply dominated Sunday’s MotoRock Mile 100, part of the Centrix Financial Grand Prix of Denver, and recorded his seventh victory in nine MotoRock Trans-Am Tour for the BFGoodrich Tires Cup starts this season. Read More »

Pruett Wins Thriller in Trois-Rivieres

Scott Pruett came into the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières uncharacteristically uneasy about his chances at the tough French Canadian street course. However, the driver of the No. 7 Jaguar R Performance XKR put his fears to rest by earning his 19th career victory and his fifth triumph this season in Round 7 of the 2003 Trans-Am Series for the BFGoodrich Tires Cup championship, held Saturday in Trois-Rivières, Quebec. Read More »

Pruett Now Five for Five at Mosport

Scott Pruett continued his run of perfection at Mosport International Raceway as he won Sunday’s Trans-Am Series for the BFGoodrich® Tires Cup race at the 2.459-mile, 10-turn permanent road course.Pruett has won in all three of his Trans-Am Series starts (1986, ’87, ’94) and also won an SCCA World Challenge Endurance race, driving for Saleen in 1987. Read More »