Whether you’re in need of a handling course, a race track or an off-road course, the folks from Ford Performance have got you covered with a variety of models, ranging from the tiny Fiesta ST to the F-150 Raptor pickup truck.
Other available models include the Focus ST ans RS, the Shelby GT350/GT350R duo, and the crown jewel of the fleet, the GT supercar.
The quickest way to get out on the track is to opt for the One-Day program, costing $1,695. This way you can learn about control, proper cornering techniques, downshift braking and more.
Spending $3,195 on the Two-Day program means a greater focus on control, consistency and faster speeds and more track time, among other things, one of which is an optional upgrade to the race-ready Boss 302 Mustang – which is standard on Days 3 and 4 of the Race Licensing program.
The Utah Motorsports Campus track is a 4.5-mile (7.2 km), 23-turn circuit that can be configured in four different ways, from two different 2.2 mile (3.5 km) circuits to a 3.08 mile (4.9 km) perimeter course and a 4.5 mile full course.
As for the program’s pro connections, there are multiple teams racing using Ford Performance vehicles, such as Team Penske, Stewart-Haas Racing, Roush Fenway Racing, Roush Yates Engines, Ford Chip Ganassi Racing and the Hoonigan Racing Division.