|Make and model||
Yellow, black and white
Piston Cup Racing Series race car (formerly)
Claude Scruggs became the Leak Less racer somewhere in the 1970s-80s.
In Cars, Claude travels to the Motor Speedway of the South to compete in the Dinoco 400, the final race of that year's season. After Chick Hicks causes a large crash, Scruggs is one of many involved. At one point, Scruggs comes to a stop after spinning out of control, in front of Billy Oilchanger. The two giggle nervously, before Haul Inngas and James Cleanair both slam Oilchanger away, and Todd Marcus bumps into Claude. Marcus flipped upside down in the air and landed roof-to-roof with Scruggs. The two eventually spin out and come to a halt, and Lightning McQueen later uses Scruggs to propel himself into the air and over the remainder of the crash. Despite his injuries, Scruggs is fixed up, and he continues the race, though he does not place highly.
Sometime between the 2006 and 2016, Scruggs stepped down as the Leak Less racer, and Brian Spark took his place.
Claude Scruggs appears in some of The Official Magazine comics where he is shown as one of Lightning McQueen's good friends. He also appears in Race Around the World where it was shown that Scruggs placed second in the 2011 Piston Cup season.
Scruggs is a Husker Morocco race car. He uses Lightyear racing tires. Claude is painted yellow with white and black on his body. On his hood, he has the Leak Less logo painted on it with it being inside a black stripe. He has white doors with black dots with the number 52 painted on them. He also has a black spoiler and yellow rims. He has light green eyes.
- Some would say that Leakless Adult Dripping Pans is not a prestigious sponsor, but Claude Scruggs would disagree, he's been the #52 yellow, black and white for more than two decades and he wears the Leakless logo with pride. His fan base might be a bit older but thanks to the automotive boom of the late 1940s there are a lot of them and their enthusiasm for the sport and for Scruggs is so intense they can barely contain themselves.
- source: Car Finder
Names in other languages
- Polish: Klaudiusz Krab