James Cleanair was a stock race car that lived in the United States. He was a racing driver who competed in Piston Cup Racing Series racing for Vitoline team with number 61. He joined the team in 1986 being the first car to do so.
In 2006 he competed in Dinoco 400 race at the the Motor Speedway of the South, Motor City, United States, which was the final race of the Piston Cup season. During the race, an accident occurred between almost all of the competitors, during which collided with Haul Inngas and Billy Oilchanger. He did not received serious damages and was able to continue racing.
Sometime between the 2006 and 2016 he stopped competing in Piston Cup Racing Series and got replaced by Vitoline team with Brick Yardley.
Cleanair was a Husker Morocco stock race car and used Lightyear racing tyres. His eyes were light brown. He had a pale green livery with white hood, boot and a spoiler. He had white number 61 on his roof and sides. He also had a logo of Vitoline on his hood and back sides. He has black rims.
- Vitoline, a fuel additive vitamin company, provides fuel for older active cars. Sponsoring a race car seemed like a good way to get that message across to their costumers and they hired the right car for the job! Senior racer James Cleanair has been racing for twenty years and shows no signs of slowing down!
- source: Car Finder
- While he used competition number 61, later Vitoline racers, Brick Yardley and Chase Racelott used number 24.
- Aikens from, Cars: The Video Game was based on him.
- The Rookie (on the cover)
Names in other languages
- Danish: James Renluft