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Introducing The ROUSH Distractor Face

Submitted by on June 18, 2012 – 11:40 pmNo Comment

Plymouth, Mich. (June 8th, 2012) – ROUSH Performance® is putting your face on the #61 ROUSH Performance Boss302R Race Mustang with the Distractor Face. The Grand-Am Continental Tire Series Race Car is looking for your face to give a distracting look that we can put on the rear bumper of our Mustang. Since the Grand AM races air on Speed Channel, there is a good chance you’ll see your face on TV! During the 2011 race season, Jack Roush Jr and Billy Johnson piloted the 61 Mustang to 8 podium finishes, which netted them 2nd place overall. ROUSH Performance is always looking for new edge technology, and has now taking a unique approach to alert other drivers to stay away from the #61 Mustang. Like us on Facebook, take and submit your photo for your chance to take a ride with the guys. If you get the most votes, your face will make the race!

otomaps source article: www.netcarshow.com www.motorcycle.com www.roushperformance.com

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