The Ford Mustang, fresh off its seventh generation unveiling, will soon return to Le Mans. “Mustang is raced at all the great tracks around the world, but there is no race or track that means more to our history than Le Mans,” said Bill Ford, executive chair, at The Stampede, the debut of the all-new seventh-generation Ford Mustang.
Benchmark for Street and Track, Ford Introduces Mustang Dark Horse and New Family of Track-Only Race Ponies
All-new Ford Mustang Dark Horse is the first new Mustang performance series in 21 years, featuring a sinister yet premium exterior and interior styling hinting at the best performance ever from its new 5.0-liter V8, projecting 500 horsepower Mustang Dark Horse with available Handling Package is the most track-capable 5.0-liter V8 street-legal Mustang ever, thanks […]
2022 Ford GT Holman Moody Heritage Edition pays tribute to the company’s 1966 Le Mans sweep and the race team that innovated the capability of the GT40 MK II to deliver a brake setup matching the race car’s 200 mph-plus speeds Ultra-limited-production supercar makes first public appearance at the 2022 New York International Auto Show; […]
F-150 Lightning Is First Electric Truck To Pace NASCAR Race; Will Be Featured at Martinsville April 7–9
The all-electric 2022 F-150 Lightning will be the official pace vehicle for this weekend’s NASCAR event at Martinsville Speedway. Near instantaneous torque and 563 horsepower of Lightning make it well suited for pace car duties on nationally-televised race event. Production for Lightning truck is on track for customer deliveries beginning this spring. Ford is investing […]