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Ford is serious about the performance of the new Mustang Boss 302, and they want the new owners to be able to get the most out of their cars.
So much so that Ford is now offering a full track day experience to those who have bought the track ready Boss 302. Called the ‘Boss Immersion’ track experience, this program has been put together by Team Mustang and Ford Racing. The events will take place at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah.
While you will need to cover your travel and hotel stay in Utah, Ford will pay for the track time and will even bring their own cars. The day before your track time, an evening reception will be held to get everyone acquainted with each other and learn more about the technical details of this normally-aspirated, 5.0-liter, V8 monster, which produces 440-hp.
Jamie Allison, the director of Ford Racing said, “There’s nothing like the experience of being behind the wheel of a high-performance car on a dedicated track. It’s the environment that breeds incredible machines like Mustang Boss, and for owners who want to experience all these cars are capable of, we can promise an unforgettable event.”
So if you weren’t decided about buying the new Mustang Boss 302, maybe this added track benefit will help make your decision a lot easier.
After debuting the new Boss 302 Mustang late last week at Laguna Seca raceway, Ford has how released an extensive new selection of photos of the car for those who just can’t get enough.
The hopped-up Mustang GT gets a more powerful 5.0-liter V8 with 440-hp and 380 ft-lbs of torque thanks to a new intake and exhaust system. Other notable items include a 3.73 rear end, an upgraded clutch, adjustable shocks and stiffer springs, a rejigged traction control system, Brembo brakes and 19-inch wheels. Options includes a limited-slip differential and Recaro seats.
And debuting at Laguna Seca, Ford has also released more pics of the B0ss 302 Laguna Seca model with lightweight wheels, R-compound tires, a rear spoiler, front splitter and brake cooling ducts. Ford claims this model can pull 1.03 lateral Gs!