Ford is including a one-day track program at its Performance Racing School in Utah to every buyer of a new Shelby GT350 or GT350R Mustang.
Miller Motorsports Park
Ford is giving F-150 SVT Raptor owners and fans a chance to get better acquainted with the vehicle's capabilities. The Ford Racing Raptor Assault program puts drivers behind the wheel of the factory off-roader at Miller Motorsprots Park. The course includes eight acres of rock crawling, a 22-acre, high-speed off-road course and a 900-acre desert course. Instructors will work with drivers with varying skill levels for a unique experience. Participants can take part in a hot lap ride-along program
Cadillac Racing just wrapped up competition at Miller Motorsports Park as part of the Pirelli World Challenge. Before the race kicked off, the crew spent a few hard laps getting the CTS-V Coupe Race Cars sorted and was kind enough to strap a few cameras to the machines while they were on track. If you're looking for a professional view at what it's like to take a lap while behind the wheel of the fire-breathing Caddy, look no further than the clip after the jump.
On Saturday, February 20, entrepreneur and philanthropist Larry H. Miller passed away from complications due to type 2 diabetes at the age of 64. Miller owned the Utah Jazz, numerous car dealerships, movie theaters, and commercial real estate, but in the automotive industry he was most known for building the Miller Motorsports Park that opened in 2006. The track, located in Tooele, UT, quickly garnered a reputation as being one of the premier venues in the country and hosted ALMS, Grand-Am, NASC
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