Would LOVE for it to move to Charlotte! Crossing my fingers.Kyle, they offer one and two day classes, in either the FPRS Mustang GT or an optional upgrade to the Boss 302FRS in full race trim.
It's a great time for the guest if they are into cars. My wife shares my passion and had a great time. We went to the evening reception the night before and she was with me the entire day. The guests sit in on class, went to all the locations (braking, slalom, skid car) with us. Went on the initial van ride around the track with the instructors and were fed lunch. They were catered to as if they were the student.
My wife told me at dinner this evening that this is probably the last year at Utah Motorsports Campus (owned by a subsidiary of the Chinese company Geely. They owns Volvo and Lotus, large shareholder in Daimler Benz as well). Ford just leases their portion from Geely.
She was on the tower at the finish line and the starter began talking to her about North Carolina. He told her that the Ford Racing school is considering a move to Charlotte. One of the instructors lives in NC and two others mentioned looking at NC as a possible relocation. Those conversations make more sense now that she dropped that nugget of info.
The only road course in the Charlotte area is at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Nice track but the road course is not on par with the Utah track. We have a good road course south of us in Kershaw, SC that might be an option. And maybe they will build their own facility. Either option would give them basically year round access here.
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