[Staff, 2022-01-28 02:00:00,
All is right with the world when Ford is pushing the Mustang into motorsports of all forms. Not only is it lapping ovals in stock car racing and blasting down the 1/4-mile in drag racing, but the original pony car is also set for a major resurgence in road racing. Ford Performance and Multimatic Motorsports — the team that created the Le Mans-winning Ford GT — join forces again on a Mustang GT3 racer destined for the IMSA GTD Pro class.
We have a long, great working relationship with each other, both at the highest levels of professional sports car racing — Larry Holt, Multimatic Special Vehicle Operations
“The Mustang was born to race from the start and we’re thrilled to introduce the GT3 version to compete head-to-head against some of the greatest manufacturers in the world,” said Mark Rushbrook, Ford Performance Motorsports global director. “With 58 years of global endurance racing heritage, including NASCAR and Australian Supercars today, we are ready to take Mustang to the next level of global performance.”
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