Sounds like the Tech at the Ford dealer is on the right track. Brake pads are in constant rotor contact and if there is a bad spot on the rotor or maybe you picked up a pebble from the road, you will get a rotational click. Pay attention as to its speed and frequency and report back to your local Ford store when you take it for inspection. Yes you need a lift and brains, not a smart ass on a Shelby forum trying to diagnose your new car. Gonna need to take it in, give them as much info as you can and don’t be afraid to duplicate it for them again.Got in my 350 today coming back from the beach and started driving and noticed a clicking noise when driving straight but going slow, then when I turn hard left it gets louder and faster. Took it to the ford dealership on the way home to see if they had a mechanic that knew if this was an issue or what and he couldn't get the checking to happen then I had to drive and show him. He told me he thinks it might be the rotor or part of the brake is hitting the rotor when it is disengaged, but he was not really sure, he told me he'd have to put it on the lift and take the wheel off and look. Car has 3,800 mile on it I'm not really sure what could be wrong with it this early on, and I've only had it for 2 weeks from yesterday. If anyone knows anything about this clicking noise let me know, Thanks.