In anticipation of the mission to conquer LeMans in the 2016 Ford GT, Ford has begun the arduous process of testing. But they had tested it, without camo, three weeks before it was ever revealed at the 24 hour race.
“Ford GT means a lot of really important things for the company”, said Nair.
“This first official test essentially started off the ‘Road to Daytona”, where Ford along with its partners Multimatic, CGR and Roush Yates Engines came together to get the formidable vehicle ready for the GT’s first 24-hour race, the 24 Hours of Daytona. In the meantime, enjoy Ford’s video of the auto in action.
Ford’s up in Canada testing its new track weapon, and the sound its as producing is quite entertaining.
While we’ve known about Ford’s GT race auto for a few time, we’ve had little clue how it would sound, or look, when handling the circuit.
-All four will compete under the Chip Ganassi Racing banner. Two will compete in the full FIA World Endurance Championship series and will be based in the United Kingdom.
Ford has previously confirmed that just 250 units of the new GT supercar will be produced every year at the marque’s Canadian production facility. “We’re going to wait until race day to do that”.