Great suggestions - thank you.The Shelby GT350 supplement to the car's manual has a lot of information on track related issues, including brake fluid specs, suspension alignment recommendations, tire pressures and more. You should get familiar with it's contents. I recently took an HPDE class and drove a total of three hours with absolutely no hint of any brake related issues. You should also read through the HPDE/Autocross forum for more information that will help you out.
When you finally get on the track, you're gonna have a really good time!
Okay, now that I know why you're asking, I can offer a response.Reason for asking - going to the track next month. I am a novice at the track. Going with a friend who has been racing cars for 20 years. He was happy to help me. While he has some limited familiarity with the GT350R (he is not a Mustang guy), he did not know all of the technical aspects. He asked two questions about the brakes.
1. What are the EOM brake pads and are they race track quality / caliber? Quote" nothing worse than your pads turning into potato chips after 5 laps and you have to take your car off track".
2. What are the specs of the Ford OEM brake fluid? He mentioned viscosity, temperature ratings, etc.
I am trying to research this as well. I have to believe that Ford Performance would be "race track caliber" items into the GT350R.