From Corey McDonald’s article on the NJ.com website:
School can seem a lot less boring when you’re maxing out the horsepower of a Ford Mustang.
That will be the task of 20 students in automotive classes at Kearny High School, who got their first glimpse of a 2001 Ford Mustang they will be fixing up and modifying as part of the Quaker State “Best in Class Challenge,” a national competition to empower the next generation of auto technicians.
“It needs work. It has a little bit of surface rust on the right panel,” said Justin Montanino — a senior at Kearny High School — of the white 2001 Mustang revving its engine on the school’s track Wednesday morning.
Montanino was all business Wednesday morning, but that’s because he and several other students have a national competition to win.