Ford Mustang GT: unveiled the racing Gen3 for the Repco Supercars Championship

Ford unveiled the third generation of its racing Ford Mustang GT for the Repco Supercars Championship at the legendary Mount Panorama ahead of this weekend's Bathurst 1000.   It comes with a 5.4 liter Coyote V8 engine Under the hood is a 5.4-liter version of the Coyote V8 engine and is the closest version to the production car ever made for the supercar championship. Built to meet Gen3 regulations, the new racing Mustang GT aims to increase the popularity of the road version.  It was announced that the car will have less aerodynamic aids, as well as lower costs for the teams. It is also hoped that there will be an increase in on-track entertainment for fans following this competition.  Andrew Birkic , president and CEO of Ford Australia, said: “ As supercars enter a new era, with new ownership and Gen3 technical regulations on the way, Ford is demonstrating its continued commitment to Australia. We want to make the sport better for the fans, with more relevant cars and more fun racing ”.  The debut is scheduled for the 2023 season Unfortunately, we currently have no information about the performance of the Ford Mustang GT Gen3 , but we do know that the first tests will begin in 2022 while its racing debut will take place in the first round of the 2023 season of the Repco Supercars Championship. However, the US automaker will bring a Gen3 Mustang GT to the track on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to do some demonstration laps between events at the Bathurst 1000.  Mark Rushbrook , Global Director of Ford Performance, said: “ There is no question: when you look at the Mustang GT Gen3 you can see a Mustang. It absolutely looks like the part, which for us was the focus one in the design and development phase of this vehicle. The fact that it is powered by a stock Ford engine is the icing on the cake. The first indications are that this is going to be a fantastic racing car and we couldn't be more proud of the work done by the Dick Johnson Racing team ”.

Ford unveiled the third generation of its racing Ford Mustang GT for the Repco Supercars Championship at the legendary Mount Panorama ahead of this weekend's Bathurst 1000.

It comes with a 5.4 liter Coyote V8 engine

Under the hood is a 5.4-liter version of the Coyote V8 engine and is the closest version to the production car ever made for the supercar championship. Built to meet Gen3 regulations, the new racing Mustang GT aims to increase the popularity of the road version.

It was announced that the car will have less aerodynamic aids, as well as lower costs for the teams. It is also hoped that there will be an increase in on-track entertainment for fans following this competition.

Ford unveiled the third generation of its racing Ford Mustang GT for the Repco Supercars Championship at the legendary Mount Panorama ahead of this weekend's Bathurst 1000.   It comes with a 5.4 liter Coyote V8 engine Under the hood is a 5.4-liter version of the Coyote V8 engine and is the closest version to the production car ever made for the supercar championship. Built to meet Gen3 regulations, the new racing Mustang GT aims to increase the popularity of the road version.  It was announced that the car will have less aerodynamic aids, as well as lower costs for the teams. It is also hoped that there will be an increase in on-track entertainment for fans following this competition.  Andrew Birkic , president and CEO of Ford Australia, said: “ As supercars enter a new era, with new ownership and Gen3 technical regulations on the way, Ford is demonstrating its continued commitment to Australia. We want to make the sport better for the fans, with more relevant cars and more fun racing ”.  The debut is scheduled for the 2023 season Unfortunately, we currently have no information about the performance of the Ford Mustang GT Gen3 , but we do know that the first tests will begin in 2022 while its racing debut will take place in the first round of the 2023 season of the Repco Supercars Championship. However, the US automaker will bring a Gen3 Mustang GT to the track on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to do some demonstration laps between events at the Bathurst 1000.  Mark Rushbrook , Global Director of Ford Performance, said: “ There is no question: when you look at the Mustang GT Gen3 you can see a Mustang. It absolutely looks like the part, which for us was the focus one in the design and development phase of this vehicle. The fact that it is powered by a stock Ford engine is the icing on the cake. The first indications are that this is going to be a fantastic racing car and we couldn't be more proud of the work done by the Dick Johnson Racing team ”.

Andrew Birkic , president and CEO of Ford Australia, said: “ As supercars enter a new era, with new ownership and Gen3 technical regulations on the way, Ford is demonstrating its continued commitment to Australia. We want to make the sport better for the fans, with more relevant cars and more fun racing ”.

The debut is scheduled for the 2023 season

Unfortunately, we currently have no information about the performance of the Ford Mustang GT Gen3 , but we do know that the first tests will begin in 2022 while its racing debut will take place in the first round of the 2023 season of the Repco Supercars Championship. However, the US automaker will bring a Gen3 Mustang GT to the track on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to do some demonstration laps between events at the Bathurst 1000.

Ford unveiled the third generation of its racing Ford Mustang GT for the Repco Supercars Championship at the legendary Mount Panorama ahead of this weekend's Bathurst 1000.   It comes with a 5.4 liter Coyote V8 engine Under the hood is a 5.4-liter version of the Coyote V8 engine and is the closest version to the production car ever made for the supercar championship. Built to meet Gen3 regulations, the new racing Mustang GT aims to increase the popularity of the road version.  It was announced that the car will have less aerodynamic aids, as well as lower costs for the teams. It is also hoped that there will be an increase in on-track entertainment for fans following this competition.  Andrew Birkic , president and CEO of Ford Australia, said: “ As supercars enter a new era, with new ownership and Gen3 technical regulations on the way, Ford is demonstrating its continued commitment to Australia. We want to make the sport better for the fans, with more relevant cars and more fun racing ”.  The debut is scheduled for the 2023 season Unfortunately, we currently have no information about the performance of the Ford Mustang GT Gen3 , but we do know that the first tests will begin in 2022 while its racing debut will take place in the first round of the 2023 season of the Repco Supercars Championship. However, the US automaker will bring a Gen3 Mustang GT to the track on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to do some demonstration laps between events at the Bathurst 1000.  Mark Rushbrook , Global Director of Ford Performance, said: “ There is no question: when you look at the Mustang GT Gen3 you can see a Mustang. It absolutely looks like the part, which for us was the focus one in the design and development phase of this vehicle. The fact that it is powered by a stock Ford engine is the icing on the cake. The first indications are that this is going to be a fantastic racing car and we couldn't be more proud of the work done by the Dick Johnson Racing team ”.

Mark Rushbrook , Global Director of Ford Performance, said: “ There is no question: when you look at the Mustang GT Gen3 you can see a Mustang. It absolutely looks like the part, which for us was the focus one in the design and development phase of this vehicle.

 The fact that it is powered by a stock Ford engine is the icing on the cake. The first indications are that this is going to be a fantastic racing car and we couldn't be more proud of the work done by the Dick Johnson Racing team ”.

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