Ford Mustang Lovers Can Now Have Their Dream Pony Car Weddings at Charlotte Motor Speedway

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Ford's New Mustang Center Can Host WeddingsFord

Today is the 60th anniversary of the Mustang, and Ford is celebrating by announcing the opening of a space for Mustang owners adjacent to a North Carolina race track. Ford says that the venue will serve a wide variety of purposes, from track time to weddings.

In addition to its use as a highly specialized wedding venue, the Mustang Experience Center also features a heritage gallery, a parts shop, and a merch store. Ford envisions it as a "gathering place for the Mustang community," akin to what the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky has become for fans of GM's flagship sports car. The center makes Charlotte something like a second home for the long-lived Mustang brand, although it is some ten hours by car from the Flat Rock Assembly Plant where seventh-generation Mustangs are built.

The center is located at Charlotte Motor Speedway, a NASCAR track that already hosts the Mustang Dark Horse Track Attack program on its unique 'Roval' layout. The experience center addition brings a new owner-focused track program in the form of Mustang Unleashed, which expands access to hands-on instruction and track time around the Roval to include owners of both GT and EcoBoost Mustang variants in addition to the track-focused Dark Horse.


The track programs mirror similar owner instruction programs for the Bronco and Raptor lines. Those programs, the Bronco Off-Roadeo and the sensationally named Ranger Raptor Assault School, are already in operation and the Bronco events have opened to non-owners as well.

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