Friday, Sept. 25 Marks Last Chance to See the SPEED Documentary

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If you missed the previous broadcasts on SPEED of the one-hour documentary on the making of the ROUSH® 2010 Mustang, you’ll get one final chance on Friday at 6 p.m. (Eastern). Set the recorders to catch the last airing of “2010 ROUSH® Mustang: The Art of Performance Engineering,” the behind-the-scenes show on the making of the fifth generation ROUSH® Mustang.

It took fourteen months for the ROUSH® 2010 Mustang to go from design sketches to the dealer showroom floor, but you can see the entire process in one hour. The program takes viewers through the countless steps and hundreds of thousands of hours necessary to turn a car from a concept sketch into one of the finest high-performance vehicles on the market. You’ll see the boardroom drama, the trade-offs that have to be made, and the official unveil before a throng of media and fans of Jack Roush and his vehicles.

Footage was captured in several areas where cameras are normally strictly forbidden, such as the clay modeling studio, ROUSH® Manufacturing and Vehicle Assembly, and the Cooper Tire & Vehicle Test Center near San Antonio. Additionally, the show features special guest interviews with luminaries such as Chip Foose, NHRA Drag Racer John Force, and NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers Carl Edwards, Matt Kenseth and Greg Biffle.

SPEED is a cable channel available in more than 78 million homes across North America. Check your local listings.

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ROUSH Performance
ROUSH Performance, a division of Roush Enterprises, designs, engineers and manufactures completely assembled pre-titled vehicles, aftermarket performance parts, and superchargers for the global performance enthusiast market. Based in Plymouth Township, Michigan, ROUSH Performance was founded in 1995 by motorsports legend Jack Roush.
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