Owners of 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Get Complimentary “Track Attack” Days

Buyers of Ford’s most impressive muscle car will now get the chance to put their car through its paces on a track, free of charge. The new “Track Attack” program provides owners of the Ford Mustang Boss 302 take advantage of complimentary driver instruction and track time at Miller Motorsports Park near Salt Lake City, Utah.
Customers will receive training from instructors at the track’s Ford Racing High Performance Driving School. Attendees need not schlep their own Boss to Utah, as the program will have several Boss 302s on hand. Everyone who buys a Mustang Boss 302 is eligible for the program, so long as they take part within one year of purchasing their vehicle.
There are fifteen sessions scheduled through the end of this year, with dates for 2012 to be announced shortly. Customers can register at or by calling 435-27-SPEED.
The one-day Track Attack program begins with a classroom session and exercises to develop car control, braking, and cornering techniques. In the afternoon, attendees spend more time on the track with lead-follow exercises, and can ride along for hot laps with seasoned driving instructors.
Source: Ford