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Two days down and got to meet a lot of very nice fellow GT350 owners. Nice benefit to the program. Track Attack day was split between exercises in the morning-skid car, braking and heel toe exercise, and slalom using the different settings on the car. Drove us on the track in the vans to see the preferred line and then some lead/follow. Then out with an instructor for one session, then ended with a solo session. At the end the instructors took us out for some hot laps---the car is very capable from the factory. The only changes done to the car other than roll bar and harnesses are Paget pad and high performance brake fluid. Ford wants these cars as close to what we would drive. We did have to do a start with launch control--didn't understand how I was to use it before but do now.
Second day I opted for the Boss 302--very capable cars and fun to drive. Visibility is limited due to the roll cage so you have to concentrate and sometimes imagine where the apex is.
If I can leave you with one thing--if you haven't done this program yet--do it and opt for the second day.
The instructors were very personable and helpful. Great bunch of guys. Facility is great.
Cold and windy on Monday--snow was on the mountain tops and that wasn't there the day before--today was warmer and less windy.
With the GT350 we ran the West course and with the Boss 302 we ran the East course. Both a lot of fun.
 
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