On Tuesday, pro wrestler John Cena filed a motion to dismiss Ford’s lawsuit against him for reselling his one-of-500, $463,373 Ford GT before the 24-month no-resale period was over. While Ford has documents that Cena signed that say he agreed not to resell the car, Cena hopes to dismiss the lawsuit because he claims…
There are people who wash cars, and then there’s Larry Kosilla, who nerds out on the intricacies of detailing harder than anyone I’ve ever seen. Watching him comb through anything is interesting, especially if it’s a $500,000 Ford GT.
It isn’t really news that we don’t enjoy discussing Balance of Performance in motorsport, but it’s become an integral part of the discussion, especially in endurance racing. BOP is effectively the means by which the series officials try to level the field on lap time; adding ballast, adjusting pit stop refueling…
The newest Ford GT has already achieved a nearly mythical status due to its wild looks, weird as hell aerodynamics and sheer exclusivity. It’s also no secret that it’s freaking fast: 647 horsepower out out of a twin-turbo V6 is not going to be lethargic.
Car sales overall weren’t as stellar as they’ve been in the United States last year. Yet predictably, the best-sellers were comprised largely of a group of trucks, SUVs and crossovers. No surprises there. The worst-sellers, tragically, were a smattering of fun enthusiast cars, small cars and phased-out models.
If you were one of the lucky few to be hand-picked by Ford to be able to buy its new Ford GT super car, lucky you! Ford also made you sign a contract that made sure you wouldn’t try and sell your GT for profit for at least the first two years of ownership. Wrestler John Cena did just that, Ford is suing him, but at…
Remember how Ford hand-picked its buyers for the $450,000-plus Ford GT supercar? Wrestler John Cena was one of the 500 lucky ones who got one, but he quickly sold the car afterwards. Now Ford is taking him to court, as buyers were contractually obligated to keep the car for two years before selling it.
Everyone knows John Cena as a wrestling superstar and that guy who was surprisingly funny in that movie you saw but forgot the name of. But he is also a legit car nut, and he just bought himself a Ford GT. He was not ready for the sound.
There are two things the internet likes a lot (actually, there are far more than two things, but let’s stick to the program here): Chris Harris driving cars and a car called the 2017 Ford GT. So, here is a video Chris Harris driving the Ford GT.
The battle for third place at today’s WeatherTech Sports Car Championship got intense with just under 13 minutes left in the two-hour, 40-minute race at Virginia International Raceway. The No. 66 Ford GT and the No. 4 Corvette crashed each other battling it out for that sweet final podium spot.
America’s proudest moment as a country came in 1967, when Carroll Shelby’s team of A. J. Foyt and Dan Gurney sent Ferrari’s team home crying into their spaghetti bowls at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. That day, the Ford GT40 was cemented as a racing legend and America looked cool as hell. Now, to celebrate that kickass…
With the 24 Hours of Le Mans this weekend, of course everyone has the new Ford GT on their minds—but let’s not forget the original revival of the Ford GT name. Holy crap, it is a glorious burnout machine and God bless the chill owner who was cool enough to enter it in a burnout contest. This burnout is delicious.
Much haterade has been spilled about the new Ford GT. It should have had a V8! The application process was insane! It doesn’t have enough horsepower! Enough is enough: one man who was lucky enough buy a new GT is here to say just drive the car first, because it’s one of the best cars he’s ever driven.
The 2017 Ford GT is, without question, a tremendous marvel of an exotic supercar, pushing the envelope in technology, performance, appearance, engineering, and cool features. It also shares its engine block with the Ford F-150 EcoBoost. This fact alone will cause many people—exotic car purists—to dismiss the GT as not…
One of the coolest things about the Ford GT (or any of the new crop of active-suspension supercars today’s upper class can buy) is how it squats down when entering its high-speed track mode.
A lot of people are going to compare the all-new 2017 Ford GT to the Ferrari 488 or the McLaren 675LT. This is reasonable: all are similarly-priced, turbocharged mid-engined supercars with distinct racing pedigrees. Except our friends at Carfection say the new GT has one key difference: it’s far more of a track car…
For many fans, GTLM is our favorite class in the IMSA WeatherTech Sports Car Championship, with all the major factory teams. Hopefully you’re not a Ford or Ferrari fan today, as both Fords, the lone Ferrari, one Porsche and one Corvette were all involved in a first turn pileup that forced them back in for repairs.
The No. 67 Ford GT was one of a couple cars had issues keeping its doors shut on the bumps and curbs of Britain’s Silverstone Circuit early on at Sunday’s 6 Hours of Silverstone. Fortunately, it didn’t seem to affect driver Harry Tincknell at all when it popped back open in the final five minutes of the race.