When the 2016 Shelby GT350 came out, it was the most advanced Mustang Ford had ever put out. With its magnetic dampers and flat plane crank 5.2-liter high revving V8, it was an elite track performer. The 2019 version of the Shelby GT350 is now the king, that is of course until the 2020 Shelby GT500 comes out.
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One of the most iconic vehicles ever released by the Blue Oval is getting a reboot for 2017.
Keith MacDonald sits down with legendary Ford drag racer Al Joniec.
A sneak peak of the new Shelby GT 350 on the track.
The new Ford GT40 has a storied history of performance and success on the track. Can the 2017 GT40 possibly live up to the legend?
We all want to believe that our driving skills are superior, and that if we want to drive faster, compete on the track or shine on the street, we’ve got those skills. But truthfully…
Good news, if the 435HP of your 2015 Mustang GT just isn’t enough, Ford Racing has unveiled a solution.
The Burnout talks to Toyota about the NHRA, drag racing, concept cars, and their winningest team yet.