Rum Bum Racing drivers Nick Longhi and Matt Plumb followed up their third-place finish at Mid-Ohio by winning the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sportscar Challenge race at Road America on June 22nd, 2012. #61 Roush Performance Mustang Boss 302 drivers Jack Roush Jr. and Billy Johnson finished second.
by Wes Duenkel on June 26, 2012
by Wes Duenkel on June 13, 2012
Billy Johnson and Jack Roush Jr., driving the #61 Roush Performance Mustang Boss 302R, captured their second win of the 2012 Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge season on June 9th at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. It was Johnson’s first win at the 2.26-mile road course.
by Amie Williams on May 29, 2012
If you missed out on this past weekend’s Sebring Sensation Event brought to you by Track Guys Performance Driving Events then you missed out on a hell of a time. The event was sponsored by the man, Kenny Brown Performance and it also served as Boss Track Attack weekend. Check it out!
by Wes Duenkel on May 14, 2012
The fourth stop of the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Series at New Jersey Motorsports Park the weekend of May 12 was another stunner. Not because #35 Subaru of America Racing Team followed up their second consecutive pole position with a win.
by Wes Duenkel on May 1, 2012
After early-race shenanigans knocked several cars out of contention at the last race, teams of the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge Series rolled into Homestead Miami Speedway on Wednesday, April 25th 2012 ready to put on a great race for their South Florida fans.
by Chris Demorro on April 16, 2012
This weekend Justin Bell, driving the No. 50 eBay Motors Boss 302S Mustang, looked to take his third victory in as many races in the SCCA World Challenge series. Alas, he had to settle for second place…but in a way, that was good enough.
by Wes Duenkel on April 3, 2012
For Mustang fans, chaotic and disappointing are two words that best describe the second round of the 2012 Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge at Barber Motorsports Park.
by Rob Kinnan on January 31, 2012
Paul had been in and out of driving race cars over the last two decades, but came back professionally in a big way in 2011 by helping to develop parts, through Tiger Racing, for the new Boss 302S race car for Ford Racing. We sat down with him to talk about how the season went, and how it all came together.
The first weekend in January, there’s no better place for a racer than Daytona. Grand-Am’s 2012 “Roar Before the 24″ test days January 6-8 were an excellent opportunity for teams to shake down new cars, try new setups, and blow out the cobwebs.
by Wes Duenkel on September 30, 2011
It’s a good time to be a Mustang road racer. It’s been a while since Mustangs have been this competitive in multiple classes of amateur and professional road racing. A brief look at the qualifying results at the Sports Car Club of America’s national championship Runoffs had Mustangs in strong positions in several
by Chris Demorro on September 27, 2011
Richard Golinello wants to set the record straight about his accident with BOSS 302S VIN #001. “Boss One” as he calls it is back together and ready to race. But that is only half of the story of how Rich came to possess the first racing Boss of its kind.
by Wes Duenkel on September 21, 2011
Rum Bum Racing’s Matt Plumb made a late-race pass over Roush Performance’s Billy Johnson to win the 2011 Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge season finale at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on September 17. The win helped BMW capture the manufacturer’s title, despite an army of fourteen Mustangs entered for the race.
by Wes Duenkel on July 28, 2011
Roush Performance notched their third Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge win of 2011 at New Jersey Motorsports Park, the fourth for a Ford Mustang Boss 302R. In winning the B+ Foundation Heroes 200 on July 23rd, drivers Jack Roush Jr. and Billy Johnson returned to second place in the championship.
by Wes Duenkel on July 14, 2011
For Mustang fans, the 2011 Continental Tire Sports Car Festival race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca held July 8-9 was a disaster. The best any Mustang could muster was fifteenth, with Jim Click and Mike McGovern driving their Mustang Boss 302R home behind nine BMW M3s and five Camaros.
by Wes Duenkel on June 30, 2011
After a ten-year absence, Grand-Am Road Racing made a much-anticipated return to Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin’s Road America the weekend of June 23-25, 2011. The Road America 200 ended under the yellow flag, blazing headlights piercing the early evening darkness.
by Wes Duenkel on June 6, 2011
With only three days between the Memorial Day Classic at Lime Rock Park on May 28th and testing for the Continental Tire 150 at Watkins Glen the following Wednesday, crews didn’t have the time to fully complete their usual post-race repairs and maintenance. Though this didn’t stop the BOSS from dominating the race
by Wes Duenkel on May 31, 2011
The 2011 Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge series made its fifth stop at Lime Rock park, New England’s historic short track for part of this year’s Memorial Day Classic. Inside is the race recap and gallery from the event.
Rounds five and six of the Pirelli World Challenge series were fought at Mosport International Raceway this past weekend, with GTS-class wins split between Mustang drivers Paul Brown of Covina, CA, and Ben Crosland of Salt Lake City, UT.
by Wes Duenkel on May 17, 2011
Winning the previous race at Barber Motorsports Park, the #15 Mustang drivers brought Ford Racing the Boss 302R’s first victory, and kept Ford’s hopes of snatching the manufacturer’s title from BMW alive. Now at Virginia International Raceway the BOSS drivers were able to keep the winning trend going.
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by Don Roy on April 18, 2011
Mustang drivers showed well in this weekend’s Pirelli World Challenge racing through the streets of Long Beach, CA, but a dodgy clutch kept local favorite, Paul Brown, from taking the GTS-class win… until later. See what changed after the race was done. Yeah… it’s not over until it’s over.