About Boss Track Attack
An Unforgettable High Performance Driving Event
for Boss 302 owners at Miller Motorsports Park
Buying a Mustang has always been a unique experience but with the new Boss® 302, the experience now “goes to eleven.”
As part of a new complimentary program offered through Team Mustang and Ford Racing, owners of the new Boss® 302 will be entitled to an on-track driving experience to learn just what their car is capable of on and off the track.
The Boss Track Attack, conducted by the Ford Racing High Performance Driving School at Miller Motorsports Park, features a full Boss immersion, driving instruction and plenty of track time with racers and professional instructors.
The experience is designed to give Boss owners a comprehensive, hands-on look at exactly what their cars are capable of – and just how much fun they can be.
Browse this website to learn more, to register and to explore Miller Motorsports Park and the Boss 302 Community
No need to bring your new Boss® 302 to Miller Motorsports Park, we’ll have a stable of fresh Boss® 302 Mustangs ready for you at the track! You’ll drive a 2012 Boss® 302 featuring a 5.0L (302 CID) 4V Ti-VCT V8 engine, adjustable front and rear shocks, front air splitter, exhaust dump valves, roll cage, Safecraft 4-point belts, Performance Friction Brakes and Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 tires.
The evening before the track day, owners will be treated to a welcome reception and dinner at the Larry H. Miller Total Performance Auto Museum. The evening will also feature a tour of the museum, home to Larry Miller's world-renowned collection of automobiles, artwork and memorabilia and the Boss 302 display.
The day begins with a dynamic classroom session featuring vehicle attributes, seating and hand position, cornering theory, breaking zones, vehicle dynamics, TracKey, and other Boss 302 specific features.
After building a solid foundation for car control through dynamic classroom sessions, Boss owners will practice cornering techniques, braking with downshifting, and vehicle dynamics.
Afternoon Track Sessions
After a fully-catered lunch, you’ll get behind the wheel for more seat time including lead and follow exercises and track sessions with instructor ride alongs. The day will finish up with a passenger ride with one of our professional instructors.
All Boss Track Attack graduates will receive an exclusive Boss Track Attack graduation pack.
Director of the Ford Racing High Performance Driving School since 2006, Dan has been racing since childhood. From his involvement with virtually every auto manufacturer and his major roles at several other schools, Dan has crafted a curriculum that effectively incorporates the best elements of instructional technique, ultimately making the time you invest in any of our programs more rewarding.
Though busy with his management of the Ford Racing High Performance Driving School, Dan also manages to find time for the track, winning the 2000 Legends Car National Championship, competing in Grand-Am KONI Sports Car Challenge events, leading the 2008 25 Hours of Thunderhill by a two-lap margin and most-recently capturing the 2010 NASA Spec Miata National Championship.
Cindi Lux is a 12-time road racing champion. She is the inaugural champion of the American Le Mans Series Women’s Global GT Series. She has also won the prestigious SCCA June Sprints two times, once driving a Corvette and then, driving a Viper.
Cindi seized the silver medal in the 2006 SCCA National Championship in T1. She has captured more than 75 victories and over 150 podiums in her career. She races in high profile events such as the Petit Le Mans, Portland Rose Cup and SCCA Runoffs and has competed with impressive results as a factory driver for MOPAR and Dodge Motorsports in the SCCA World Challenge GT Series.
Cindi’s knowledge, talent and friendly demeanor make her a natural not only here at the Ford Racing High Performance Driving School but in countless new car media drive launches around the world.
Most memorable wins are the 2010 Grand Am Grand Sport (GS) Overall Championship, and 2008 Overall Winner of the 25 Hours of Thunderhill. Charlie has visited the podium 43 times, including 18 wins. As a “sedan specialist” he has piloted over 25 types of production automobiles, while racing in Grand Am, SCCA, SPEED World Challenge, IMSA, and NASA.
He enjoys target shooting, and writing and recording songs… many about auto racing.
Melanie has a huge love for racing. Meeting her husband Martin at the racetrack and raising 4 kids at the track also means racing is her life. She has been racing since she was 18 years old. Together, she and Martin won their division at the 12 hours of Sebring in 1999. She began teaching at the Ford Racing High Performance Driving School in 2007 and racing a GT3 Porsche in the IMSA series. In 2009 Melanie won two championships: one co-driving with her husband in the ALMS series and the other in the IMSA GT3 Porsche series.
The reason Melanie instructs is to pass her passion for racing on to others. She loves to see the participants improve and catch the bug of racing like she has. "There is nothing better than to see one of your students come in after a session on the track with a huge smile on their face. Knowing it all clicked and they now understand the concepts I’ve been teaching them. That is what instructing is all about!"
Gunnar starts 2011 as his 12th season in professional motorsports, racing for CORE Autosport in the American LeMans series. Gunnar, has participated in the ALMS, Grand-Am & at the 24 hours of LeMans several times with both private & factory efforts, as well as being the youngest finisher on record of the historic 24 Hours of LeMans. In addition to racing professionally Gunnar also has been a involved with various racing schools and private instruction throughout his career. He genuinely enjoys taking someone's enthusiasm for the sport and turning that into knowledge that directly makes that person a faster driver. The Ford Racing High Performance Driving School is the perfect place for this with a fantastic track at Miller Motorsports Park and a great, fun fleet of cars for learning. "I'm very happy to be teamed up with the best instructors in the business here."
Growing up in Southwestern Virginia, Ty inherited the road racing fascination from his father. Ty began auto crossing in SCCA and PCA events on a local level while attending Radford University where he earned a degree in Biology. Ty has competed successfully in Formula Fords and a variety of showroom stock vehicles during his career including a Porsche 944 in the IMSA Firehawk series.
Outside of racing Ty has worked with many automotive manufactures on new vehicle launches, press events, consumer events, training videos, and precision driving for press reveals. Over his 26 years of driver training and coaching, his career has taken him all across the United States, Canada and many Latin America counties as well. Ty resides with two sons in Louisville, Kentucky.