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The Ford Mustang SSP (Special Service Package) was one of the most legendary police vehicles ever built, providing law enforcement a means of high speed pursuit through the 1980s and early 1990s. Nearly 15,000 examples …

After a disappointing tenth place finish at Miller Motorsports Park last month, Justin Bell and the rest of the Tiger Racing team were looking forward to this week’s SCCA World Challenge race at Laguna Seca in Monterey, CA. Bell is very familiar with the track, having previously won a Trans-Am race there, and he would be racing with 70 less pounds of reward weight. In addition, Tiger Racing would be debuting their second Mustang Boss 302S driven by Dane Moxlow. Bell hoped to increase his lead in the GTS points …

Things didn’t go as planed for the Ford Mustang teams at today’s SCCA World Challenge race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, CA. Three of the five Mustangs entered crashed out of the race including Tiger Racing’s Justin Bell who was in the points lead at the start of the day as well as Dane Moxlow who was running his first race of the season in a brand new Boss 302S. The other driver to crash out of the race was Brad Adams in the No. 96 Ford Mustang …

Justin Bell knows a thing or two about fast cars, with a win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and a FIA GT2 championship on his resume. Bell doesn’t race much anymore, although his double win at the SCCA World Challenge race at St. Petersburg in a Boss 302S earlier this year is proof he’s still got what it takes, and his current occupation is hosting the World’s Fastest Car Show presented by eBay Motors.
Bell recently got his hands on a 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 to review for …

Justin Bell had an impressive run at the first of two World Challenge races in St. Petersburg this weekend, climbing from 7th to finish in 1st place in the No. 50 Tiger Racing Mustang Boss 302S. For the second race he had a better starting position in second, but still had a significant challenge in getting around veteran driver Peter Cunningham in his No. 42 RealTime/Acura/HPD Acura TSX on the GTS class pole position. Cunningham ended up leading a substantial portion of the second race, just as he did on …

The Tiger Racing Boss 302S started the 2012 SCCA World Challenge season like it did most of all last year – on top of the podium in the GTS class. The win didn’t come without difficulties, though. To start things off, Paul Brown, the usual driver of the No. 50 Boss 302S, was sidelined to due minor surgery and Justin Bell was brought in at the last minute to replace him. Bell is an experienced road racer, but managed to only qualify the Boss 302S in 7th on Friday afternoon …

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