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MAR 28, 2024 | By Ford Performance Racing School

A New Chapter Begins for Ford Performance Racing School

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Tooele, Utah -- On March 5, 2024, a new chapter began for the Ford Performance Racing School (FPRS).  On that day, the school’s team gathered around and cut the ribbon on a brand new building in Tooele, Utah, to serve as the base of operations for the off-road driving programs offered there.Ribbon Cutting

“I’m as proud of this new building and all the folks who made it happen as I am of being the only school to wear the Ford oval,” commented Dan McKeever, the president and founder of the Ford Performance Racing School.  “This building is purpose-built to deliver all our off-road programs including the Raptor Assault for F-150 Raptor and Ranger Raptor owner programs, as well as the Bronco DR immersion program for racers wanting a deep dive into that awesome race truck and all that it can do.  The building will also serve as the headquarters for all our growing operations, including those in Park City, Utah, and Charlotte and Asheville, North Carolina.”Exterior of new building

The new 63,000 ft2 building features a reception/common area, three classrooms, and a retail merchandise area, along with a service garage for the maintenance of all program vehicles and plenty of additional room for vehicle storage.interior of building

Since opening its doors in 2006 as part of Miller Motorsports Park, nearly 50,000 passionate automotive enthusiasts have completed a program at FPRS, the majority of these graduates being owners of Ford performance vehicles wanting to learn more about their vehicles and what both they and their vehicles are capable of.  These owner programs are exclusive – and no cost – to owners of eligible Ford production vehicles.  To date these vehicles have included Mustang Boss 302, Focus ST, Fiesta ST, Focus RS, Mustang Shelby GT350, F-150 Raptor, Mustang Shelby GT500, Edge ST, Explorer ST, and Mustang Mach 1.  Launching this year are programs for Mustang Dark Horse at Charlotte (already underway), and the Bronco DR (April 23) and Ranger Raptor (June 19), both at Tooele.images on wall

As is the case with all FPRS programs, the instructors are recognized and valued as being personable and patient with all participants, helping them to meet their driving goals.  The instructors are also highly accomplished drivers.  With numerous wins in prestigious off-road events including the Baja 1000, Baja 2000, and the Mint 400 to their credit, these veteran instructors know their stuff when it comes to driving on dirt!

For more information on the Ford Performance Racing School and its programs, visit fordperformanceracingschool.com.tables inside facility