Driving Day: Lots of seat time!
Raptor Assault will deliver excitement, training and thrills to Raptor owners. The new Raptor is an incredible truck and our facility is the perfect venue to demonstrate just what it can do off-road. Our professional instructors can help anyone take their driving expertise to the next level, whether a beginner or an experienced off-roader.
The Raptor Assault provides owners with a full immersion into the performance and handling characteristics of the Ford F-150 Raptor, in a controlled environment with professional instruction. The extensive course time includes diverse challenging terrain, and teaches fundamental off-roading skills, and also focuses on the particular dynamics of the Raptor, such as the truck’s six driving modes. The goal is to establish the performance capabilities of the owners’ trucks and to improve their driving skills – all while having fun.
Daily Activity Schedule:
- 8:00am start time (sharp)
- Classroom session (approximately 30 minutes)
- Handling Course/Rock Crawling Course exercises
- Raptor caravan to Trailhead
- Trail Ride to lunch
- Hill Climb/Hill Descent section
- Desert Course
- Graduation (4:00pm – 4:15pm)
Registration Links are at Page Bottom
About the Welcome Reception:
Raptor Assault begins with the evening reception at 5:30pm MST, in the Ford Performance Racing School Welcome Center. This evening Reception ends at 7:00pm, MST.
About your Driving Day:
Beginning the next morning after the Welcome Reception, you'll start your off-road driving day at 8:00am, MST (check in 7:30am MST) at the Ford Performance Racing School Welcome Center.
INCREDIBLE UTAH LOCATION
Raptor Assault takes place in the classroom and off-road with terrain and majestic views commonplace in Utah.
Raptor Assault takes place at the Ford Performance Racing School in the Tooele Valley, Utah. The School is surrounded by beautiful views thanks to the majestic Stansbury mountains to the west, the beautiful Qquirrh mountains to the east and the Great Salt Lake to the north.
The off-road course is located in the Tooele Valley and travels over wide open high-desert terrain commonplace to northern Utah. The soil is comprised of rock, clay and sand. This surface has been deposited in the valley from the mountains, and the lake, over the millennia. These natural features create a mix of challenges suitable for drivers of all ability levels. The off-road course is a controlled environment — it's ideal for learning and practicing basic skills — it's a course where participants can have a fun exciting experience!