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The best part of Mustang ownership is the opportunity to get involved with other enthusiasts who
share your interest. Whether it’s car shows, cruises, or racing, something is available for everyone.
Let’s talk about some of the more popular activities.
MCA – Mustang Club of America
The Mustang Club of America has over 10,000 members worldwide, with local chapters in the
USA, Canada, Mexico, and Colombia to name a few. In 2004, the MCA organized the 40th
anniversary celebration for the Mustang in Nashville. In addition to
celebrating the milestone events in Mustang history, the MCA holds regional and national events
every year across America. MCA has a concours car show, with additional classes for modified
cars, on-track events at locations such as Charlotte Motor Speedway, plus local activities unique
to the chosen venue, that truly make these events a family affair. It’s interesting to note the
generations of Mustang owners at MCA events, often several in the same family. For young and
old, boys and girls, the Mustang is a special car, one that transcends all the boundaries, equally
adored by all.
Mustang Club of America
4051 Barrancas Ave. PMB 201
Pensacola, FL 32507
(850) 438-0626
Mustang Club of America 40th anniversary of the Mustang get-together
The Mustang Club of America organized the 40th anniversary of the Mustang get-together in
Nashville. It was a great party, with lots of cars from all over North America attending.
Fun Ford Weekend
Bill Alexander of American Autosports has been organizing Fun Ford Weekends around the country
for 15 years, adding one or two events a year. Needless to say, they have a full season. Every
event includes heads-up Mustang drag racing, a car show, and swap meet. As a co-sponsor of the
Modular Engine drag-racing class, along with Steeda, I am very proud to be associated with the
Fun Ford Program. Ford has been directly involved in supporting the Fun Ford program, and
helped raise the level of prize money available to the racer to the best anywhere. Payouts are up to
$10,000 per class winner, and series champions walk away with the keys for a brand new Mustang.
This is just one reason why the Fun Ford racing series attracts racers from outside the world of
Mustangs to come and join our brand of racing. Many people wait all year, preparing their cars for
the Fun Ford Weekend coming to their local track. The Spring Break Shootout, traditionally held in
late February in Florida, is legendary, not only for the racing, but also for the after-racing party and
freestyle burnout contest held at the local Hooters. Bill runs a first-class show – you should
definitely come on out and see one.
FFW/American Autosports Productions
P.O. Box 911
Denham Springs, LA 70727-0997
(225) 664-0996
Ford Mustang doing a burnout Ford Mustang Drag Racing
Fun Ford embraced the 4.6L-powered Mustangs
early on and formed the Mod Motor class to
provide a venue for them. The class was
sponsored from the beginning by Steeda/Sean
Hyland, but the addition of some Ford backing
enabled payouts of up to $10,000 per event.
Fun Ford Weekend Mustang Drag Racers
compete in several heads up classes for
cash prizes and bragging rights. (Photo
courtesy Keplinger Designs)
NMRA – National Mustang Racers Association
The NMRA holds heads-up drag racing, using classes similar to the Fun Ford format. These
events take place at venues throughout the U.S., attracting some of the top Mustang drag
racers. The NMRA has put together a solid championship in the past seven years. Racers and
aftermarket manufacturers like to test their skills and abilities in a competitive arena, and the
NMRA certainly provides that.
ProMedia Events Home Office
3518 West Lake Center Drive, Suite D
Santa Ana, CA 92704
(630) 595-2395
Ford Mustangs Drag Racing
The many heads-up classes for
Mustangs are exciting for the
fans to watch and fun for the
drivers. The first man to the
end wins – period.
WFC – World Ford Challenge
Eight years ago, George Gonzales had a concept of creating an amazing weekend of Mustang drag
racing. First, he lined up the most prize money – winning the Pro 5.0 class at WFC pays $35,000 –
big money by anyone’s standards. The WFC event includes several classes of heads-up Mustang
racing, a car show, and a manufacturers’ midway. For the past several years, WFC has been held
in St. Louis in mid May. George has certainly managed to create the largest single-weekend
Mustang drag racing event anywhere.
World Race Events
11431 NW 34th Street
Miami, FL 33178
(305) 436-0996
(305) 436-5116 (Fax)
Cars in the True Street Ford Mustang class
The True Street class is where
street-legal Mustangs must drive
a 30-mile loop on public roads,
and then run three passes without
opening the hoods. Low
nine-second ETs are required for
an overall win in this class.
SCCA – Sports Car Club of America
The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) organizes a variety of events, from entry-level autocross
events, right up through Speed World Challenge professional road racing. Even if you don’t want to
compete, they have a spot for you. As a track marshal, you can get right up close to the action, and
you get to hang around with all the racers, without having to actually race.
Autocross is a great entry-level motorsport, and a lot of people, myself included, got their start
there. You can literally drive your street car in off the road and enter into timed competition on a
pylon course laid out in a parking lot. It may look amateur, but don’t kid yourself, top autocross
drivers have amazing car control, able to place their car within fractions of an inch, every time they
are on the course. SN95 Mustangs fit in several stock and modified classes, and are competitive
cars at autocross events.

Club racing is sanctioned by SCCA at tracks across the country. It provides road racers an
opportunity to race competitively without the expense of a traveling series. Those who wish to
pursue higher goals can race within their division, and if successful enough, can earn a berth at the
national runoffs held every fall and compete to be a national champion. Mustangs have competed
in the T1 Showroom Stock class, and are quite successful in A Sedan against Camaros and
Racers with enough budget can run in the Speed World Challenge, an SCCA Pro Racing category
featuring a sprint race format, pitting themselves against some of the world’s best road racers at
venues right across the country. Given the budget required, and the list of manufacturers involved
directly, Mustangs have not been contesting for podium positions in Speed World Challenge. But
given the right resources, a good Mustang team could compete equally with the Corvettes and
Vipers in this series.
Steeda sponsored Ford Mustang Speed World Challenge car
This Steed-sponsored car is racing in
the Speed World Challenge. It takes
on full factory-sponsored cars and
does quite well.It also serves as a test
bed for their new suspension parts.
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High Performance Mustang Builders Guide High-Performance Mustang Builder's Guide
by Sean Hyland
High-performance ‘94-‘04 Mustangs represent the high-water
mark for late- model Mustang enthusiasts. From the ’94-’95s with
the 5.0L, through the ‘96-‘04 models with the 2- and 4-valve 4.6
Ls, to the Bullitt, Mach 1, and factory supercharged ’03-‘04
Cobras – never before has such a range of highly modifiable
performance cars been available. These Mustangs were amazing
performers straight from the factory, but they can be even better
with the right combination of performance parts.
Regardless of which ’94-’04 Mustang you start with, the availability
of high- performance parts is unparalleled. You can build your
Mustang for drag racing, road racing, or improved street
performance – and High- Performance Mustang Builder’s Guide
1994-2004 will show you how! Author Sean Hyland uses over 300
photos to explain how to upgrade your Mustang’s engine,
suspension, chassis, transmission, rear end, brakes, and body.
There’s even a special chapter on getting active in various forms
of organized racing.

Sean Hyland is the proprietor of Sean Hyland Motorsport, which
builds and supports internationally competitive Mustangs for road
racing, drag racing, and everything in between. Sean recently did
a complete Mustang build-up for Speed Channel’s Sports Car
Revolution and is also the author of the bestselling title How to
Build Max-Performance 4.6-Liter Ford Engines.
Click below to view sample
pages from each chapter.
Chap. 1 - Chassis
Chap. 2 -
Wheels and Tires
Chap. 3 -
Chap. 4 -
Chap. 5 -
3.8 Engines
Chap. 6 -
4.6 Modular Engines
Chap. 7 -
Chap. 8 -
Rear Axles
Chap. 9 -
Chap. 10 -
Safety Equipment
Chap. 11 -
Get Involved!
Chap. 12 -
Project Cars
8-1/2 x 11"
144 pgs.
300+ B/W photos
Item: SA106P
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