ROUSH Performance Entering New Production 2012 ROUSH Stage 3's In The Ultimate Endurance Test

20110425_onelap_mustang Plymouth, MI, April 21, 2011: ROUSH Performance will be entering two production 2012 ROUSH Stage 3™ Mustangs in the 2011 Tire Rack One Lap of America Presented by Motor Trend. The RS3′s that will be competing in the One Lap of America will be straight out of the ROUSH factory and will be configured with options available to anyone who orders a 2012 ROUSH Stage 3 from their local ROUSH authorized Ford dealership. The One Lap 2012 RS3′s will be powered by a tire shredding 540hp ROUSHcharged™ 5.0L and will also be fitted with the ROUSH Competition 6 Piston Brake Package and ROUSH Competition Coil-over Suspension System.

The ROUSH stage 3′s competing in the One Lap will be piloted by professional drivers Jack Roush Jr and Billy Johonson, both who are currently competing in the No.61 Roush Performance Ford Mustang. “I can’t wait to get the new RS3 out on the road or even better, the track. I think the One Lap of America is a perfect event to showcase the new RS3 and its ability to be driven to a track, put through the paces, and driven back home. Billy and I are looking forward to personally proving out the 2012 ROUSH Stage 3’s drivability and performance capabilities.” said Jack Roush, Jr.

In addition to the official entries in the 2011 One Lap, Roush will be partnering with One Lap by transforming a new Stage 3 convertible into the official media vehicle for the week long event. The vehicle will be highly visible and used to follow the event and provide real-time updates about the One Lap and Roush performance vehicles as they navigate across the country and tear up a few racetracks along the way. For updates and to see how the ROUSH One Lap Teams are doing, log onto and friend us at the ROUSH 2012 Stage 3 Mustang Facebook page.

About One Lap of America
The Tire Rack One Lap of America is a motorsports contest run exclusively on private, closed courses. The 2011 event will run from April 30, 2011 to May 7, 2011. The 8 day event will have 18 stages conducted at 10 venues and traveling over 3,500 miles. The legendary Brock Yates created the infamous Cannonball Sea-To-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy in the 1970′s. The current edition is headed by Brock Yates, Jr. and the 2011 event will be the 28th annual running of the event.

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