ROEA Tackles the Track

CLARKSTON, Mich. – The ROUSH Owners and Enthusiasts Association took their ROUSH Mustangs to the tricky 1.5-mile Waterford Hills road course on Friday, August 17 for the track day portion of their annual Michigan ROUSH Round-Up event.

 

ROEAtrack9 Though Waterford Hills is not the longest racetrack, the 13-turns provided plenty of challenges for the drivers and their high-performance ROUSH Mustangs with off-camber turns, tight esses, and high-speed straights.

The track day was part of the annual ROUSH Round-Up which takes place each year in August.  In addition to the track event, the Round-Up includes a variety of activities such as a tour of the ROUSH Performance assembly plant, the Woodward Dream Cruise, car show and participation in the ROUSH Open House at the Museum, and the NASCAR races at Michigan International Speedway.

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