Let me know what you find out. I went to the website and it stated it was only for MY 2015 and 2016 cars.Does anybody know if Ford plans to offer the Track Attack program in 2017? If so, do you happen to know if it's open to all GT350 purchasers, by which I mean are Canadian buyers also allowed to participate?
I am seriously considering a GT350 if it matters to you. To answer your other stupid ass question, gearing matters and is a potential cure for the low rpm issue that seems to be frequently discussed if you haven't noticed. It is not necessary to own a certain consumer product to legitimately ask questions of or seek opinions. Sorry that my post caused you distress.What does this have to do with Track Attack? Do you have a GT350?
Thanks Michael and forgive my bluntness please. The advice you give is exactly what I was looking for. I think I am going to pick one up soon in the Lightning Blue.I have had my car on the track and not having 4.10 gears was not an issue. You will have issues keeping the tires on the thing with 4.10 gears. You will be in the sweet spot of the power curve all of the time and wouldn't worry (once again my primary track car is a 2009 GT500) On the front straight shifting from third to fourth gear at 120 and the thing still jumps! The only time I would worry about the low end is in a passing zone on the hi way. Easy enough to drop a gear and go. Personally, I don't see an advantage to the lower gears--but then again--I am don't drag race. Good luck with you pursuits
Yeah after a couple terminators I went to an '08 GT500 with Pulley/tune/intake. Drove the 662HP in a '14, beast for sure but no traction at all, kinda foolish. the GT350 is beginning to look like a very potent, reasonable alternative to those. Just sold a '16 Z06 that I had for 10 months. Ridiculously fast car that I was very uncomfortable in and despised the automatic.welcome--you won't be disappointed. Just remember, like all the other cars on your list that you have owned, they all have their own characteristics. The 2013 and 2014 GT 500's had 662 hp and gobs of torque--could you drive that with abandon--hell no. It was a beast. Even the 2009 GT500 has such low end torque, shifting isn't that critical on the tighter tracks (Watkins Glen is different) but you still couldn't come out of corner in second gear and jump on it--you will come around. The GT350 can still do that to you if you aren't careful. It is just more refined as a track car. Good luck
I asked because I thought noticed you bad mouthing 350's on another forum and you were called out there for not even having one. It didn't cause me any distress. You seen to be the one asking stupid questions in threads that have nothing to do with your topic.I am seriously considering a GT350 if it matters to you. To answer your other stupid ass question, gearing matters and is a potential cure for the low rpm issue that seems to be frequently discussed if you haven't noticed. It is not necessary to own a certain consumer product to legitimately ask questions of or seek opinions. Sorry that my post caused you distress.