Lauren Fix is based in Buffalo, New York and New York, New York automotive expert and analyst. She has authored three books on automobiles. She has appeared on CNN, Fox News, Newsmax TV, CNBC and USA Radio's, Daybreak USA show.
Fix began racing in New York in 1981 in the SCCA Solo II Series. She debuted with a third-place finish. By 1989, Lauren evolved into a road racer and started winning in her historic 1966 Trans Am Mustang. She competed in SVRA, HSR and the Canadian G.T. Challenge Cup sanctioned by FIA. Lauren operated the Driving Ambitions Performance Driving School at Watkins Glen International Raceway from 1986 to 2001.
Since 2001, Lauren raced in the SVRA series in a 1996 Jack Roush Mustang in Vintage TransAm. In 2014 to present is racing a 2000 Jaguar XKRS in SVRA.
Lauren Fix co-hosts Talk 2 DIY Automotive on DIY, providing demonstrations and tips for auto repair. Lauren has appeared in several magazines including Redbook, USA Today, and Woman's World. She hosted the television show local TV networks called Car Smarts and has been featured on several national television shows including: Oprah, Fox News, 20/20, The View, Live with Regis and Kelly and CNN. Lauren Fix was a regular guest expert on CNBC's On the Money, with Carmen Wong Ulrich.
She wrotes a regular Sunday weekly column for The Buffalo News, called "Car Coach".
Every Friday, she appears on Newsmax TV's The Hard Line hosted by Ed Berliner to discuss the automotive news of the week.
She is the past automotive editor for "Your Life.com magazine", and the author of Lauren Fix's Guide to Loving Your Car: Everything You Need to Know to Take Charge of Your Car and Get On with Your Life, her 3rd book from St. Martin's Press.
She has been cast in the upcoming independent film Nicholas of Myra and "Coming Home" a Jacob Griswold Production.
Lauren Fix is a member of SEMA SBN Steering Committee and the Aftermarket (automotive) Industry Association. She is also a registered IMPA International Motor Press Association Journalist with credentials. She is the spokesperson for the non-profit Car Care Council AAIA and the Be Car Care Aware Program.
She was the National Automotive Correspondent for Time Warner Cable, YNN, now known as TWC News; her segments aired twice per week nationally. This ended in March 2014 In addition, the Weather Channel has named Lauren Fix their automotive expert for on-air tips and advice.1999 “40 Under 40 Business Award Winner”.
2000 Car Care Council Communications Award - AAIA.
2002 Women of the Year - Business Advisory Board of NY.
2003 International Automotive Media Award - Public Service.
2004 Top 25 Women Who Mean Business Award.
2004 Northwood University Automotive Aftermarket Management Award.
2005 and 2006 Best PR Campaign – Business to Consumer.
2007 Stevie Awards - Best Marketing Campaign - "Flood Damaged Cars" from hurricane Katrina.
2008 Automotive Woman Of The Year AAIA.
2009 Inducted into the National Women and Transportation Hall of Fame.
2009 Automotive Communications Award AAIA.
2010 Women Of Distinction Award - Entrepreneur.
2011 Winner of the Automotive Communications Award in the following categories: Consumer Education and Public Relations Efforts AAIA.
2011 Winner of the Automotive Communications Award - TV Segment for The Car Coach TV Show. AAIA.
Juror-Internet Car of the Year.
Women’s World Car of the Year - Judge.
2014 - Woman of the Year SEMA
2015 named Juror - North American Car of the Year
2016 name to Board of Directors, Secretary / Treasurer - North American Car of the Year
Fix is her real last name. Daughter is Shelby Fix, the Teen Car Coach / Car Coach 2.0, named after Carroll Shelby. Husband, Paul Fix, is a professional Trans-Am Series driver. Son is Paul Fix III, actor, seen on "As the World Turns".