Mark Mauro's Mustang Super Sedan
Supersedans grew up in the 70's as costs of running and maintaining a Grand National (now V8LM) sedan started to spiral out of control. Using the same basic formula of a chassis car with a replica production car body powered by a V8 engine, Super Sedans are a much more "controlled" formula and can be distinguished from V8LM's by the fact that the cars must be right hand drive. Almost as fast as the V8LM's, Super Sedans bring another dimension of speed to the track. Make sure you get out to see them when they race this season.