You might be asking yourself, "What's the Boss Track Attack?"
It's a one day high performance driving experience run by the Ford Racing High Performance Driving School and is exclusively for owners of the Boss 302! It's held at Miller Motorsports Park in Utah, which features a 4.5 mile, 40-50 foot wide, 24-turn circuit, which is the longest in North America.
Here's how it works:
No need to bring your personal Boss 302, or worry about messing it up on the track--the track has a small fleet of Boss 302s, just for these events. These cars are all 2012 Boss 302s and feature a 5.0L (302 CID) 4V Ti-VCT V8 engine, adjustable front and rear shocks, front air splitter, exhaust dump valves, roll cage, Safecraft 6-point belts, Performance Friction Brakes and Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 tires.
You can also add a second day of school (not for free, unfortunately!), where you'll learn a lot more and get to spend more track time in a Mustang GT or FR500S, depending on which program you upgrade to. For additional cost, one friend or family member is welcome to tag along--they can either drive or just participate in the classroom experience and watch while you drive!
As of this post's publishing, the earliest available spots are in late August, so, if you're a Boss 302 owner, you want to register now!
Sources: Boss Track Attack/Mustangs Daily/Ford Media