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Rehagen Racing 2011 Mustang wins NASA’s American Iron National Championship

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Rehagen Racing 2011 Ford Mustang NASA Race Car

The S197 Mustang has been very successful in both national and international road racing competitions, winning championships in Grand-Am’s Sports Car Challenge, SCCA’s World Challenge, and the FIA GT4 European Cup. The 2011 Mustang is now looking to be a formidable race car as well with a win at NASA’s American Iron national championship at Miller Motorsports Park this past weekend, driven by Dean Martin.

The 2011 Mustang’s first road racing championship was captured by Rehagen Racing of Livonia, Michigan who also won the GS class championship in the KONI Sports Car Challenge last year. The car was developed and constructed in just 60 days with support from Ford Racing, Sparco, and Forgeline Wheels.

Highlights of the Rehagen Racing 2011 Mustang AI Race Car:

  • Dynamic Racing Dampers, remote resivoir
  • Brembo race brakes
  • Forgeline Wheels
  • FRPP Cooling system
  • AIM data aqusiton
  • FRPP Sparco safey equipment
  • Rehagen Racing diff cooler setup
  • FRPP Boss 302R1 Front fascia/splitter
  • Toyo RA1 tires (Spec tire for series)
  • 986 Driver cooling system
  • Dynotech 1 piece aluminum driveshaft
  • Torsen T2R diff
  • FRPP fron sway bar

For more information on Rehagen Racing, visit www.rehagenracing.com.

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