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Hang with Ford Performance VIPs in the Ford Car Corral at Road Atlanta

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Ford Motor Company

The IMSA racing season comes to a conclusion next week at Road Atlanta in Braselton, Georgia. If you have been following along, you know that Scott Pruett is have great success piloting Ford Performance’s EcoBoost-powered Daytona Prototype and the Multimatic Motorsports-backed Shelby GT350R-Cs have had success at several races this season.

If you’ve been dying to see the Shelby GT350R-C in action and hear the Flat-Plane Crank 5.2-liter engine at full song, you have one more race this season to do so—The Petit Le Mans.
If you’ve been dying to see the Shelby GT350R-C in action and hear the Flat-Plane Crank 5.2-liter engine at full song, you have one more race this season to do so—The Petit Le Mans in Braselton, Georgia.

If you are able to make it out to Road Atlanta on October 2-3, you have the opportunity to not only take in the racing action, but also do so in style. With just the purchase of the $50 Ford Car Corral Parking Pass, you will score the following benefits:

  • Exclusive Parking on Friday and Saturday
  • A Ford Performance Gift Package (includes a hat, T-shirt, lanyard, and more)
  • Raffle Prizes (including autographed memorabilia)
  • A hospitality tent (includes food and drinks on Saturday)
  • Closed-circuit TV coverage of the race
If you want to enjoy the last IMSA race of the season in true Ford Performance style, you’ll definitely want to grab a Ford Car Corral Parking Pass. Not only will you get to park in a special Ford Corral, but you’ll get to hang out with a who’s who of Ford Performance VIPs.
If you want to enjoy the last IMSA race of the season in true Ford Performance style, you’ll definitely want to grab a Ford Car Corral Parking Pass. Not only will you get to park in a special Ford Corral, but you’ll get to hang out with a who’s who of Ford Performance VIPs.

Moreover, throughout the weekend Blue Oval luminaries will stop by the Ford Car Corral to visit the fans. Among the visitors will be Ford Performance Marketing Manager Henry Ford III; Ford Performance Motorsports Engineering Manager Mark Rushbrook; Ford Group Vice President; Global Product Development and Chief Technical Officer Raj Nair; and Ford Performance Global Director Dave Pericak. Additionally, prototype drivers Scott Pruett and Joey Hand are scheduled to stop by for a visit.

There is a 100-car limit for the Ford Car Corral, so if you are heading to the race, you better jump on it quickly. And, if all the other benefits weren’t enough to draw you in, 50 cars from the corral will be randomly selected for an on-track parade lap on Friday afternoon. If that sounds good, you can purchase the Ford Corral Parking Pass right here. You will also have to buy a Corral Superticket to get into the race. The one-day ticket goes for $65 and the two-day sells for $75.

Likewise, you have one more chance this to see Ford’s EcoBoost-powered Prototype scream around the racetrack. The same engine program used in this car will be deployed in the forthcoming Ford GT racer. If you are part of the Ford Car Corral, you’ll also have the chance meet the car’s drivers Scott Pruett and Joey Hand.
Likewise, you have one more chance this season to see Ford Performance’s EcoBoost-powered Prototype scream around the racetrack. The same engine program used in this car will be deployed in the forthcoming Ford GT racer. If you are part of the Ford Car Corral, you’ll also have the chance meet the car’s drivers Scott Pruett and Joey Hand.

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