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Cindi Lux

Cindi Lux


Unique Note
Has won twelve road racing championships, more than 80 victories, over 160
podium finishes and over 50 pole positions
12 Career Road Racing Titles: American Le Mans Series Women’s Global GT Series (’99),
SCCA NorPac T1 Class Champion (‘03-‘06)
Lifetime Achievement Award from Oregon Motorsports Museum Assoc., Oregon SCCA
National Driver of the Year (’03), Pro-Driver SCCA Driver-of-the-Year Award (’99),
Northwest Pat Piggot Memorial Award for the most outstanding driver (’92), Only the
Second woman in history to win the June Sprints, 2-time SCCA World Challenge Piloti
Rookie of the Race Winner (’08), 1st Woman to podium in Rose Cup Main event (’11)
Factory Driver           
SRT (‘12), Dodge Motorsports team driver (‘05-‘07), Mopar factory driver (‘08)
2015   Trans Am Series, Partial Season, TA3i Class, No. 45 Lux Performance Group Dodge Viper ACR-X
           Brainerd International Raceway – Class Race and Pole Winner
           Road America – Class Pole Winner, Second-Place
           Director of Ford Racing School
2014   Rose Cup – 2nd-place overall, No. 5 CCA MyMusicRX Fueled by Black Rock Coffee Dodge Viper Comp. Coupe
           Miller GT Challenge  – 2nd, Cup Class
           NASA West Coast Championship – 3rd, ST1 class
           Raced in multiple NASA and SCCA events driving Lux Performance-prepared BMW, Viper, Mustangs and others
           Director of Ford Racing School
2013   SRT Partnered Driver
           Rose Cup – Class Winner, Fourth-Overall
           NASA Championship Race at Miller Motorsports Park – 2nd, Super Unlimited Class
           Ford Racing High Performance Driving School, Lead Instructor
2012   SRT Partnered Driver
           Rose Cup  - Driver, No. 5 SRT Viper Competition Coupe Fueled by Black Rock Coffee
           SRT Viper Cup “Celebrity” Program Manager/Driver Coaching/Car Setup
           Ford Racing High Performance Driving School, Lead Instructor
2011   Received Lifetime Achievement Award from Oregon Motorsports Museum Association
           Rose Cup – Dodge Viper Comp. Coupe, 3rd in Main Event, Highest-ever finish by a female driver.
           Exhibition Drag Race at NHRA Mopar Mile-High Nationals against Shirley Muldowney
           GT1 class lap record holder, Miller Motorsports Park
           Dodge Viper Cup “Celebrity” Program - Program Managing/Driver
           Ford Racing High Performance Driving School, Lead Instructor
2010   Dodge Viper Cup “Celebrity” Program - Program Managing/Driver Coaching/Car Setup
           Rose Cup – Dodge Viper ACR-X
           4-Hour Sports Car Race – Porsche 911 GT3 – Qualified 4th
2009   Rose Cup – Dodge Viper Competition Coupe
2008 SCCA World Challenge GT - 8 Races, 5 Top 10 finishes, 14th in season points
SCCA World Challenge GT - Career-High Start: 3rd and Finish: 5th (Miller Motorsports Park)
SCCA World Challenge GT - Racing Electronics Holeshot Award, Sunoco Hard Charger Award
           Team Mopar Driver
2007   SCCA World Challenge GT - 2 Piloti Rookie of the Race: Miller Motorsports Park, Laguna Seca
 SCCA World Challenge GT - Best Finish: 11th (Mosport, Laguna Seca), Best Start: 10th, Road Atl.
ALMS- First Driver to compete with a Dodge Viper Competition Coupe (Mid-Ohio, GT2 class)
2006   SCCA T1 - NorPac Divisional Champion (6 wins, 4 second place finishes; 4 track record, 7 poles)
 SCCA T1 – Winner June Sprints at Road America, Second-place at SCCA National Runoffs
2005   SCCA T1 - NorPac Divisional Champion (2 wins, 5 second place finishes; 1 track record, 3 poles)
 SCCA T1 - Top-Five at SCCA National Runoffs
 SCCA T1 - Winner June Sprints at Road America
2004   SCCA T1 -  NorPac Divisional Champion (4 wins, 6 second place finishes; 3 track records, 1 pole)
2003   SCCA T1 - NorPac Divisional Champion (3 wins, 6 Second-place finishes; 2 race records, 1 pole)
 SCCA T1 - Top 5 finish at SCCA Valvoline Runoffs in T1
 SCCA -  Oregon SCCA National Driver of the Year Award
2002   SCCA - Four pole positions, six wins and one track record driving a BMW
           2nd-place in GTS at the Portland Champ Car support race, Portland, Ore.
2001   Drove a Ferrari 348 in Tribute to Le Mans
2000   ALMS - Top-five finish at Petit Le Mans in a Porsche GT3 RS, G&W Motorsports
ALMS - 3 podium finishes in the Women’s Global GT Series - 1 pole, fastest lap
1999   ALMS- Inaugural Women’s Global GT Series Champion; 2 pole positions;
            ALMS - Drove for G&W Motorsports 911 RSR at Petit Le Mans, All-Female Lineup, Finished Fifth
Early Career
Lux grew-up with the legend of her father, Dick, winning the inaugural Rose Cup in a Ferrari Testa Rossa. She pursued her own career in SCCA Club Racing in the Northwest before turning professional.
Through the Windscreen

Cindi Lux must balance her busy race schedule with a demanding business schedule. As one of the leading program managers in the world, Lux is charged dozens of times a year to premiere new product lines to the automotive media by the major manufacturers. In recent years, Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah recruited Lux to oversee their extensive racing school programs. She has developed the school to new heights including a Ford Mustang and off-road programs. Lux is also a managing partner of the Hahn Automotive family of dealerships in the Northwest. She lives in Aloha, Ore., a suburb of Portland, with her husband Fred. The two manage Lux Performance Group, LLC. together.