The New Ford GT prototype, which debuted at Monterey Car week this week, is a nod to Le Mans-winning race cars.
Let’s face it: France’s Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) doesn’t particularly like American racers. Yes, they tolerate Corvette Racing, who were invited to participate in the 24 Heures du Mans for a 20th consecutive year, but the rest of American racers definitely have difficulties dealing with the group led by Pierre Fillon.
“This isn’t the average engine that’s built in somebody’s garage, it goes through a gamut of inspection and assembly quality steps,”
John Cena is in big trouble with the blue oval.
Gary Rosier brings us some great action shots from the grueling Rolex 24 endurance race.
Lightweight, carbon fiber strengthened and sporting the most powerful production Ecoboost ever, the 2017 Ford GT is a real dynamo of a car.
After winning Le Mans in 2016, the all-new 2017 Ford GT will don a ’66 Heritage Edition to pay homage to historic livery on the 1966 Le Mans winner.
Ford had a case of Deja Vu this past weekend at LeMans.
The Ford GT is being welcomed back to the Le Mans 24 Hours 50 years after history was made.
Okay, so maybe you won’t be able to get your hands on a new Ford GT but now you might be able to get its engine.