Ford showed a new racing Mustang The first racing version created for the national Supercars series

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Ford showed a new racing Mustang The first racing version created for the national Supercars series

The premiere of the new generation of the iconic Mustang took place in September 2022, and as part of the show of the road version of the sports car, Ford announced six racing modifications at once, which should hit the tracks around the world in 2023-2024. The first performance prepared for motorsport was the Ford Mustang GT Supercar Gen3, which was shown in action in Australia. The novelty was created by the famous Dick Johnson Racing team in conjunction with the Ford Performance factory division.

Technical details about the new product, the public debut of which was timed to coincide with the iconic Bathurst 1000 race at Mount Panorama, were not disclosed. It is only known that the racing version is built on the basis of a car with a 5.0-liter V8 gasoline engine with a capacity of over 600 horsepower.

The first new Mustang GT Supercar Gen3 was brought to the track as part of the demonstration laps by three-time Bathurst 1000 winner Dick Johnson, whose team built the car. In addition to Dick Johnson Racing, Tickford Racing, Grove Racing, Blanchard Racing Team and Walkinshaw Andretti United will use the sports car in races.

In addition to the Supercars series, Ford’s new sports car will compete in the NASCAR Cup Series Stock Car Championship and the NASCAR Xfinity Series Junior Division, as well as the National Hot Rod Association National Drag Racing Championship in the NHRA Factory X classification.

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Technical details about the new product, the public debut of which was timed to coincide with the iconic Bathurst 1000 race at Mount Panorama, were not disclosed. It is only known that the racing version is built on the basis of a car with a 5.0-liter V8 gasoline engine with a capacity of over 600 horsepower.

The first new Mustang GT Supercar Gen3 was brought to the track as part of the demonstration laps by three-time Bathurst 1000 winner Dick Johnson, whose team built the car. In addition to Dick Johnson Racing, Tickford Racing, Grove Racing, Blanchard Racing Team and Walkinshaw Andretti United will use the sports car in races.

In addition to the Supercars series, Ford’s new sports car will compete in the NASCAR Cup Series Stock Car Championship and the NASCAR Xfinity Series Junior Division, as well as the National Hot Rod Association National Drag Racing Championship in the NHRA Factory X classification.

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The global option for GT racing will be a coupe in an almost standard version under the GT4 regulations under the auspices of IMSA, SRO and FIA GT, as well as a top-end GT3 version, which will even take part in the famous 24 Hours of Le Mans marathon.

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