exactly. haha. That commercial.
if the argument is that Ford should cover us if we break something auto-crossing, at the track, or otherwise abusing the bejezus outa our cars, or else we will be unsatisfied customers and we'll never buy another Ford...Um ok, then I guess the big solution is to buy that "other" 400+ hp car for less than $40k that, when you race it and break it, they cover everything.--hey if that exists I'll totally buy that car.
keep this in mind too--racers rebuild basically everything after they race even if the car doesn't break.--and its not uncommon to 'blow up' something during the race. Can you imagine if it were as easy as taking the stickers off the car and then driving home...a few days later you drive back to your dealership "uh ya, its shifting funny, steering is out of alignment, brakes are shot, and I think I'm burning oil." Don't worry sir, it's all covered under warranty.
Ford would lose its shirt on the mustang GT if that were the case. We'd all be racing for the price of a helmet, gloves, and gasoline.
takaway message--have fun! do smokey burnouts, drive 150mph, let it loose. But don't break anything! haha
Ron Burgundy: Brian, I'm going to be honest with you, that smells like pure gasoline.
Brian Fantana: They've done studies, you know. 60% of the time it works, every time.