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Those who grew up in the South are no stranger to the phrase “RC Cola and a Moon Pie.” The combo of Southern delicacies was immortalized in Tracy Byrd’s “Lifestyles of the Not So Rich …

The Roush Performance team of Jack Roush Jr. and Billy Johnson kicked off the 2013 Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge season in style, winning the season opener at Daytona in their No. 61 Mustang Boss …

The #61 Roush Performance Mustang Boss 302R kicked off the 2013 Grand-Am season in style with a victory at Daytona Speedway last month, and now they are hoping to follow that up with another strong finish at this weekend’s race in Austin, TX. This will be the first time that the series will race on the new Circuit of the Americas track built specifically for the Formula 1 U.S. Grand Prix, so all of the teams will be on a level playing field when it comes to knowing the layout …

If you’re looking to go racing but don’t have a ride yet then we may just have your car. Rehagen Racing, the 2009 Grand-Am GS champions, have put their Ford Mustang Boss 302R on eBay. The car was campaigned by Rehagen this past year in Grand-Am’s Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge and features the updated 2013 bodywork, Boss 302R powertrain, adjustable suspension system, FIA-spec roll cage, quick-release steering wheel and plenty more. A brand new Boss 302R costs around $135,000, so the “Buy It Now” price tag of $89,000 seems …

Coming off of their second win of the season at Mid-Ohio early this month, the No. 61 Roush Performance Mustang Boss 302R driven by Jack Roush Jr. and Billy Johnson finished a strong second place at this weekend’s race at Road America in Elkhart Lake, WI. The race featured seven caution periods that took out many of the top contenders including five of the BMW teams, and Roush’s Boss 302R finished a mere .611 seconds behind the winning Porsche 997 Carrera.
With the second place finish the No. 61 Roush Boss …

Billy Johnson and Jack Roush Jr. returned to victory circle in Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge competition for the first time since the 2012 season opener at Daytona in the EMCO Gears Classic at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Driving the No. 61 Roush Performance Products/USANA Health Sciences/Gary Yeomans Ford Lincoln Ford Mustang Boss 302 R, Johnson took the Grand Sport (GS) class lead on Lap 37 of what would be a 70-lap race when leader Bryan Sellers made a pit stop. Johnson held on to the lead through several …

Want to see your face on the #61 Roush Performance Ford Mustang Boss 302R? Here’s your chance, as the race team, which competes in the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge, is holding a contest called “Distractor Face” to put a face on the rear bumper of their Boss 302R to distract any drivers that happen to be behind them. Since the Grand-Am races air on Speed TV, this means that there is a good chance the winner could see their face on television.
Currently the #61 Roush Performance Boss 302R, …

The Continental Tire Sports Car Championship is at Mid-Ohio this weekend for the EMCO Gears Classic, and as usual a host of Ford Mustang Boss 302R race cars will be vying for the win. Unfortunately things haven’t been going so well for Rehagen Racing, one of the most successful Mustang teams in the series’ history, with their No. 52 Mustang Boss 302R suffering a huge crash in one of the practice sessions. Apparently a brake failure caused the car to careen off track, resulting in a spectacular collision with the …

Ford Racing produced just fifty Boss 302R race cars for 2012, so getting your hands on one is a little more difficult than putting in an order at your local Ford dealership. Those interested in acquiring a Boss 302R of their own are in luck, though as an example – number 16 of the 50 produced – is currently up for sale on eBay.
The turn-key race car is priced at $130,000, just $4,995 less than it cost to originally cost to buy from Ford Racing, but the seller describes the …

Last weekend’s Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge race at Barber Motorsports last week wasn’t a great one for the Ford Mustang. Despite dominating the race in previous years and having no less than a dozen examples in the field, the Mustang teams couldn’t get an ounce of luck throughout the race weekend. A poor qualifying meant that most of the Mustangs started mid-pack or near the back, which eventually ended up being disastrous for the race.
With more than 75 cars starting the race, a very crowded field meant that potential …

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