A one-off Mustang built as a tribute to the late Carroll Shelby only managed to sell for $200,000 at auction.
Ford Mustang Boss 302’s 5.0-Liter V-8 Now Available As Crate Engine
The new 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 starts from a reasonable--given its level of performance--$40,995, but the heart of the car, its mighty 5.0-liter V-8, can be all yours for just $11,995. That’s because Ford is now offering its Boss 302 V-8 as a standalone ‘crate engine’ through...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Ford Racing 2011 Mustang GT Sets Half-Mile Speed Record
While most of us were watching the American Le Mans Series kick off at Sebring, the Wrold's Fastest Half-Mile Speed Trials were underway at Bristol. During the event, Brian Ragan drove a supercharged Ford Racing Mustang GT to a record run of 98.497 mph around the half-mile banked oval. By way of...Nelson Ireson
Ford Racing Will Sell Some Boss 302 Parts In Its Parts Catalog
If you're looking to create a hybrid between your non-Boss Mustang and the real deal, take heart: Ford's Racing Performance Parts catalog will sell certain Boss parts. Available through Ford Racing dealers, those parts include the Recaro seats and the front splitter from Laguna Seca models, along...Tim Healey
Ford Racing Working On Track-Only Mustang Boss 302S
The regular 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 not tough enough for you? How ‘bout one equipped with the TracKey feature and all the race settings unlocked? Still no? Then the guys at Ford Racing may have just what you’re looking for. They have developed the Ford Mustang Boss...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Mustang GT 5.0-Liter V-8 Available As Crate Engine From August 15
Ford Racing offers some very interesting gear for the go-fast racer or modifier, including whole engines available for whatever project one can come up with. The Ford division is now offering a very special package: the 5.0-liter V-8 heart of the new 2011 Ford Mustang GT. Available from August 15...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Come this September 12, the Ford Racing Mustang Challenge will be no more as the series will be taking its final race at Miller Motorsports Park in Utah on that date. Formed through a partnership between Miller Motorsports Park and Ford Racing, the Mustang Challenge ran for three racing seasons and saw some success during its brief life. The Mustang Challenge was first announced at the SEMA show of 2007 and visited classic tracks across the continent from Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca to Watkins Glen to Mosport to Lime Rock Park. The car used in the series is the Ford Mustang FR500S, the...