Scca Gt


FordGTGuy

Well-known member
Aug 1, 2005
636
Norfolk, VA
sema07.jpg
sema10.jpg

sema11.jpg
sema09.jpg
sema08.jpg
sema06.jpg
 

FordGTGuy

Well-known member
Aug 1, 2005
636
Norfolk, VA
WEBGTF2.jpg

WEBGTFRONT750.jpg

gt40back.jpg

gt40wt.jpg

WEBGTSCOOP.jpg
 

fordification

Well-known member
Aug 9, 2005
292
IMG_4355.jpg

IMG_4358.jpg

IMG_4363.jpg
 

SLF360

GT Owner
Mark IV Lifetime
Ford GT stradale

Woiw ! A Ford Stradale ! :lol :lol :lol

very creative :bored Hope they work on the steering aswell, or is it for straight line's racing only....

a bit sarcastic (forgive me, boys...)
 

B O N Y

MODERATOR & FGT OWNER
Mark IV Lifetime
Sep 5, 2005
12,110
Fresno, Ca.
The aero package and wing look good, as does the car sans rear bumper.
 

bitzman

Permanent Vacation
Oct 7, 2005
193
What are the Setrab cooler ssued for>?

I would guess trans cooler
What about engine oil coolers?
Where are they located?
Why do they list stock hp? Are they going to all the trouble to build a race car and racing a stock engine?

I noticed Ford oval at the bottom of their spec sheet.Does that means Ford is sponsoring the car?

Any others fielding a Ford GT race car for '06 season?
 

50 BMG

Well-known member
Aug 3, 2005
559
AZ
bony said:
...as does the car sans rear bumper.

Best looking thing about it.
 

Vic

GT Owner
Aug 5, 2005
207
The OC
SLF360 said:
Woiw ! A Ford Stradale ! :lol :lol :lol

very creative :bored Hope they work on the steering aswell, or is it for straight line's racing only....

a bit sarcastic (forgive me, boys...)

You ever track yours? If so, what is it about the steering you don't like?
 

dbk

The Favor Factory™
Staff member
Le Mans 2010 Supporter
Jul 30, 2005
15,191
Metro Detroit
I kind of prefer the rear bumper on the street car. Either way, it looks extremely good in this race trim. With a less graphic and paint job it would be downright savage looking. That park bench somebody left on the back could use a trimming, but it's not too bad.
 

barondw

GT Owner
Sep 8, 2005
1,109
DBK said:
I kind of prefer the rear bumper on the street car. Either way, it looks extremely good in this race trim. With a less graphic and paint job it would be downright savage looking. That park bench somebody left on the back could use a trimming, but it's not too bad.


Well where do you expect them to serve tea and other items for a picnic?

Dave
 

SLF360

GT Owner
Mark IV Lifetime
steering

Vic said:
You ever track yours? If so, what is it about the steering you don't like?

Vic,
I think Karl and I have posted that fairly detailed on the owners forum in the thread from Bony 'compare your Ford to..'
If you cant get there, I can repeat it here
 

Vic

GT Owner
Aug 5, 2005
207
The OC
SLF360 said:
Vic,
I think Karl and I have posted that fairly detailed on the owners forum in the thread from Bony 'compare your Ford to..'
If you cant get there, I can repeat it here
I just read it, very interesting! I can't comment, since I haven't driven either a Ferrari nor a Ford GT. Damm! Gotta leave my soap box alone today.... :)
 

bitzman

Permanent Vacation
Oct 7, 2005
193
Tailgate picnics and fitted luggage

I always thought taking your sports car out to a mountain park and having a tailgate picnic would be a good idea. I have a nice wicker picnic basket but don't know if it will fit on the right side floor of a GT.
(I did once meet a guy who makes custom luggage for oddball Porsches like 550 spyders so I think someone eventually will make a custom attache case size case for a Ford GT that could be used on the right side floor when the passenger is under 5 feet tall). At least then you could take a minimum of clothes for an overnight trip.
 

Vic

GT Owner
Aug 5, 2005
207
The OC
Thats a great idea! My wife doesn't need much foot room anyway....