The Ford GT Competition Series is calling Daytona home for a little while: the ultra-lightweight racing vehicle will take residence at the site of its Rolex 24 win back in January.
With an aerodynamic and lightweight design, the GT Competition Series was crafted to dominate on the race track. What the Blue Oval refers to as the "track fans' ultimate production car" builds upon what the standard GT introduced, but with less weight higher up in the vehicle and a closer center of gravity. Those two updates help hug the car closer to the track and live up to its 647 horsepower engine's true potential.
Although the GT Competition Series is light, Ford's engineers didn't sacrifice quality and security. Bulkhead Gorilla Glass® behind the driver is considerably thinner and lighter than it is on other models, but can hold up against high-impact situations.
Check back for more information on the innovative GT Competitive Series, and learn more at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington.