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snipet on the 302S

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"The 2010 World Challenge season saw a surge in Mustang participation, with drivers and teams from the former Mustang Challenge series coming to compete in the new World Challenge GTS class. All of those teams and drivers are expected back for 2011 in GTS, along with veteran driver Paul Brown, who will pilot a new Boss 302S.

The Mustang will come with the same 5.0L V8 from the Boss 302R with a factory 6-speed transmission, supported by a stock clutch and flywheel and will be built at Auto Alliance International assembly plant in Flat Rock, MI. Other race equipment includes a 6-point FIA-spec roll cage, adjustable suspension. The car’s interior adaptations include a Recaro Head and Neck Support system Pro-Racer lightweight race seat, 6-point safety belt, quick release steering wheel and AiM data acquisition system with Global Positioning System.

“We are excited that Ford has worked to build a version of the 2012 Boss 302 Mustang for the World Challenge GTS class.” said TC Kline, World Challenge Competition Director. “The Ford Racing Division is offering 25 of these special edition race cars, all with special serial numbers at a price of $79,000.00. Ford Racing has informed us that all 25 cars are sold, so we look for an expanded field in GTS in 2011.”

The BOSS 302S Mustang’s exterior changes include a unique fiberglass heat extracting hood, large adjustable front splitter and adjustable carbon fiber rear wing. Included with each car is a heritage-styled BOSS 302 graphics package that is inspired by the graphics from the original 1969 BOSS 302 race cars. Production of the BOSS 302S is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2011, missing out on the World Challenge series start at St. Petersburg, FL, on March 25-27, 2011.

Brown plans to run at least 2 Boss cars for 2011 and is reported to be working on an “Arrive and Drive” program and possibly trackside support services for customers that buy the new Boss 302S or currently have the FR500S that would like to race in the World Challenge series."

those wheels look sick!

a few other good shots there as well
Mark said:
those wheels look sick!
Yes they do. If I change out my wheels these will be the replacements.


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