Ford Racing Mustang Challenge Continues Relationship With Grand-Am Ford Racing Mustang Challenge officials confirmed in a press conference at Daytona International Speedway on Thursday that the series will be continued to be sanctioned by Grand-Am for the 2009 season.
Opening the year with a two-race series debut weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway in conjunction with the Grand-Am KONI Sports Car Challenge on March 13-5, the ten-race Mustang Challenge season will be staged at eight different tracks in 2009. Five of the Mustang Challenge race weekends will be held in support of Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series and KONI Sports Car Challenge race meetings.
After an outstanding debut season of operation in 2008, Mustang Challenge is going from strength to strength as the single-make series prepares for 2009.
“Mustang Challenge has been fortunate to have partners like Ford Racing, Miller Motorsports Park, and BFGoodrich Tires, and having had the great first season that we did in 2008, we are looking forward to building on that by continuing our relationship with Grand-Am this year,” said Mustang Challenge Series Director Lynda Randall. “We feel as though Grand-Am is a great fit for our series, and we are looking forward to building on the momentum we established last year to make 2009 an even better season as we grow the Mustang Challenge.”
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