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Owner: Doctor DeBo
Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
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[12/19/2001] Fun Ford Weekend adds a new class for Focus Frenzy


Fun Ford Weekend has announced the addition of the Focus Frenzy Challenge Class for the 2002 racing season. This class will allow for a bracket competition of the Ford Focus only. Both stock and heavily modified cars will be allowed to race as all modifications and applications will be permitted.

Sponsored by the Ford Division Focus Brand Team, the Focus Frenzy Challenge Class will hand out a check to the winner of each competition for $1,500, and give the runner-up $500. Semi and Quarter-finalists along with the Top Qualifier will receive checks as well. At the end of the year, the 5 racers with the most points will be entered into the Focus Top Five Club. They will be given an embroidered Focus Jacket with cash prizes ranging from $2,000 for 5th place to $5,000 for the runner-up. The racer with the most points will receive a 2003 Ford Focus.

The Focus Frenzy Challenge was not the only addition to the 2002 season, as the Focus Car Show and Focus True Street Cruise were added as well. The Focus Car Show will be a two-day event with new awards each day, along with the Hottest Ride, and the Editors Choice Award will be featured in the Turbo and High Tech Performance magazine. A $100 reward will be given to the winner of the True Street Cruise. Participants will partake in a 30-mile cruise before barreling down the drag strip three times. The True Street Cruise class will have brackets ranging from nine to fifteen seconds.

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