The program includes a free day of training at Ford's Performance Racing School in Utah.

Ford has continued to expand performance driver training for its latest sports cars, launching a free instruction program for Focus RS buyers.The RS Adrenaline Academy is specifically geared for the Focus RS, allowing owners to gain experience behind the wheel of stock vehicles at the Ford Performance Racing School in Utah. The 4.5-mile circuit is claimed to be the longest in North America, with 23 turns and several potential configurations.

Participants will start in the classroom before heading to the track. Instructors will cover a broad range of topics, from shifting to cornering, according to Motor Trend. Part of the day will be dedicated to the Focus RS' specialized drive settings, including the Drift Mode that is prominently featured in many of Ford's advertisements.

The first day will be free for owners of the 2016 and 2017 RS, though attendees must find their own way to the track. They can stick around and pay extra for a second day of training, providing track time with a Mustang GT.

The program could help attract more buyers to the high-performance hatchback, while potentially avoiding a few Cars and Coffee mishaps.

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