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Floyd Mulvihill has trained as an automotive engineer, decided to put down his tools and pursue his life-long passion to race. He competed in the Junior Piston Cup Pro Series with the likes of Sage VanDerSpin and graduated to the Piston Cup in 2005.
In Cars, Floyd competes during the Dinoco 400 race at the the Motor Speedway of the South, which was the final race of the Piston Cup season. During the race, he and Rusty Cornfuel where passed by Lightning McQueen by him using a tilt technique to squeeze through the space between Floyd and the wall. Both where left in shock at the technique he used. Later, he took part in an accident between almost all of the competitors that was caused by Chick Hicks, during which he had collided with Slider Petrolski. However, he didn't receive too much damage and was able to finish the race.
The World of Cars Online
In Cars 3, Floyd is still competing in the Piston Cup. However when Jackson Storm makes his debut during midseason, interest of Next-Gen racers rose, due to them having better achievements on the tracks. Gasprin either fired Floyd or Floyd retired on his own was replaced by Richie Gunzit, the Next-Gen Gasprin racer.
In Cars, Floyd Mulvihill is a Stodgey Suaver EX stock car and uses Lightyear racing tires. His eye color is blue. He had blue front and boot with yellow cabin and sides. He had a blue number 70 on his roof and sides. On his hood and backs of his sides, he had a logo of Gasprin. He had a yellow stickers that imitated lights. His hubcaps were dark gray. In Cars 3, he has a completely different design, resembling a Capitol Motors Mark II or an Axxelo Fisson with an updated Gasprin logo and a blue roof.
- While in most appearances, including Cars, he was presented as Stodgey Suaver EX, in Cars 3, his model was changed to Capitol Motors Mark II.
- In one of 2 versions of Duracell commercial promoting Cars 3, Lightning McQueen passes Floyd using the same tilt technique that used to pass Floyd in the Cars. In the other, more popular version of the commercial, he passes Cruz Ramirez.
- While in Cars and Cars 3 his eyes were blue, his Cars 3 diecast toy model had brown eyes instead.
- Competition number 70 was also used by: Duke Coulters and Richie Gunzit.
- Cars 3 Duracell commercial
- Floyd Mulvihill, originally trained as an automotive engineer, decided to put down his tools and pursue his life-long passion to race. He competed in the Junior Piston Cup Pro Series with the likes of Sage VanDerSpin and graduated to the Piston Cup in 2005. He's affectionately known as "Smoky Floyd" as he enjoys laying long patches of burning rubber in front of his adoring fans during a race in 2005.
- source: Car Finder
Names in Other Languages
- Polish: Waldi Wurce