Gray, orange, white
Piston Cup race car
Aiken is a Lux Motors Co., specially designed for Piston Cup racing. His top speed is 190 km/h and he has 605 HP. He won the 2003 Vitoline Rookie of the Year honors in his first full season of Piston Cup racing. He is painted black with an orange spoiler. He has the number 28 on his doors and roof and the Nitroade logo on his hood. He retires some time between the events of Cars and Cars 3, and is replaced by Phil Tankson as the Nitroade racer.
In Cars, Aiken is one of the thirty-six competitors in the final race of the 2005 season at the Motor Speedway of the South. Aiken is seen at a higher position, not too far behind Strip Weathers and Chick Hicks. After being involved in the large accident, Aiken receives small damages, but is able to continue racing, and he eventually finishes the race behind Weathers, Hicks, and Lightning McQueen.
Profiles and statistics
- "Number 28 Nitroade racer, Aiken Axler, captured the 2003 Vitoline Rookie of the Year honors in his first full season of Cup competition. He's finished 12th, 7th, and 8th in the final point standings over the past three years. Off the track, Axler enjoys maintaining his top racing form by exercising daily and practicing a form of meditation called Tai Rod. He and fellow Piston Cup Racer, Darrel Draggered, formed the alternative country jazz trio "Three Cycle" and performed at the 2004 Piston Cup awards ceremony!"
Names in other languages
|French||Aiken Axler||Aiken Axler|
|Czech||Aiken Axler||Aiken Axler|
|Polish||Srebrny Alek||Silver Alexander|