Like the original introduced in 1969, the all-new Mach 1 bridges the gap between Mustang GT and Shelby® models, delivering V-8 power, unique functional aerodynamic enhancements, competition-capable suspension upgrades, and a driver-focused cockpit. And this car is set to become the most track-capable 5.0-liter Mustang ever, courtesy of a newly designed front end, Ford Performance parts from Mustang Shelby GT350 and Shelby GT500 models, and an available Handling Package for greater at-limit handling.

As an owner of this exciting new car, you have the exclusive opportunity to learn firsthand about the features that make this the special car that it is – a worthy heir to the Mach nameplate. With training under the watchful eyes of Ford Performance Racing School’s professional instructors in a controlled environment, you will learn plenty about your new vehicle – and about yourself – as you complete this program which is offered to you free of charge by Ford and Ford Performance.


“Bold styling, great acceleration, and speed – Mach 1 says it all,” said Jim Farley, Ford’s chief executive officer. “This is one of those special Mustangs that truly brings a smile to the faces of our owners, enthusiasts, and fans – including me – so there’s never been a better time to bring back Mach 1 and have it go global too.”

Well put, Jim… and the biggest smiles of all come after experiencing this wonderful car on the racetrack. Not only will you leave the program a better driver, but you’ll also learn all about the features, attributes, and nuances of the Mach 1 – from its high-revving 480 hp engine to its aerodynamic efficiency, to its performance transmissions, to its exceptional downforce, to its MagneRide suspension calibration and the number of parts borrowed from the GT350 and GT500. You will put all through their paces on the challenging road courses of “America’s Home for Racing,” Charlotte Motor Speedway.


Instructors at the Ford Performance Racing School will lead you in a deep dive of the Mach 1 and its features in the classroom, followed by a unique chance for you to experience firsthand the capabilities of this awesome vehicle on the track at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The Mach 1 Track Attack builds on previous owner programs offered by the school, including the Boss302 Track Attack, the GT350 Track Attack, and the GT500 Track Attack. Along with being nice folks, our seasoned and highly qualified instructors can help anyone take their expertise to the next level, whether they are beginners or experienced racers.


Founded in 2006, Ford Performance Racing School is the only school of its type supported by Ford Motor Company and has become one of America’s top training programs for those wanting to sharpen their driving skills while becoming better and safer drivers. The school employs a fleet of modified Mustang GTs, GT350s, GT500s, F-150 Raptors, Edge STs, and Explorer STs… all steered by a team of instructors comprised of championship-winning drivers.


Mach 1 Track Attack takes place in the classroom and on the road course at America’s Home for Racing – Charlotte Motor Speedway. 

Mach 1 Track Attack is conducted by the Ford Performance Racing School using the outstanding facilities of the Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina.  Its location in the southeast and its proximity to Charlotte Douglas International Airport makes it convenient to many, and its address within what many consider to be America’s “Mecca of Motorsports” makes it appealing even more.

Program participants will enjoy a variety of driving experiences designed to showcase the outstanding performance capabilities of the exciting Mustang Mach 1. Charlotte Motor Speedway is uniquely qualified to deliver these experiences. From the first-class classrooms and infield meeting facilities to the road course and Roval, there is no other complex in the country better suited to showcasing the many talents of the Mach 1… a thoroughbred already considered the most track-capable 5.0-liter Mustang ever.

Call 435-27-SPEED for more information. 

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