Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Ford Performance Racing School

Ford Racing School

Maybe it's time to get out there, 2014 was a great racing season and now it's time to slide into the seat!  Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah is home to the world’s only Ford Racing School and the official High-Performance Driving and Racing School of the National Auto Sport Association (NASA). Take a few heart-pounding laps, sharpen your driving skills or prepare for competitive racing! 

Track:

Drive on a world-class track—a 4.5-mile, 40-50 foot wide, 23-turn circuit, the longest in North America. It has four different configurations, ranging from two different 2.2-mile circuits (East and West Courses) to the 3.08-mile Perimeter Course and the 4.5-mile Full Course. The 3500-foot main straightaway allows the fastest cars to approach 200 mph. This course has been driven by the best drivers in the American Le Mans Series, Grand-Am Road Racing and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. 

Vehicles:

Ford Racing Mustang GT: with Ford Racing performance parts, including springs, shocks, sway bars, 4:10 ring and pinion, short tube headers, cold air intake, short shift kit, Brembo brake calipers, Performance Friction brake pads and BFGoodrich g-Force™ Sport COMP-2™ performance street tires. With the necessary safety equipment (roll cage, racing seats and belts), these are the perfect performance driving school cars. Ford Racing Mustang FR500S available as an upgrade in our two-and-three-day classes, also used in our Licensing School.

Boss 302 Upgrade Ford Racing School
Now your hooking up with the FR500S has many of the same upgrades found in the Mustang GT but also includes 350 lb. of additional weight savings, plus a data acquisition system, race seat and steering wheel, window net, fire system, six-speed gearbox, 3:73 ring and pinion, long-tube headers, front splitter and rear wing, GT 500 wheels and BFGoodrich g-Force™ R1™ tires. Specifically built to run in the former Grand-Am Mustang Challenge, these cars now race in the NASA American Iron class as well as the SCCA World Challenge GTS class.

Ford Racing School

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