I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the cars in Formula Drift are beyond belief. More than 2.5 million people got the message last weekend.
This is Vaughn Gittin Jr.’s new 2016 Ford Mustang RTR Formula Drift car. It has 900 horsepower, an independent rear end, and it likes to hit the three wheel motion.
I’ve never heard of the Merrill Ice Drags in Wisconsin before, but I feel a sudden urge to attend.
I’m sure whatever you’re doing is important. But it’s not as important as watching a Lamborghini Murcielago and a new Ford Mustang tandem drift battle on deserted forest roads of Japan.
Is this Mustang invincible? I can’t say for sure, but this video evidence seems to imply that it is.
The Ford Mustang finally broke into the 21st century last year with standard independent rear suspension. How does Ford up that kind of performance for 2016? They offer an optional solid axle, of course.
I told Vaughn, “nobody else in practice is running as close to the other car as you are. You know this is just practice right?” He laughed, said it’s only fun when you drift as close to the other car as possible. Then he paused, and then he looked back at me with something between a laugh and a sigh. “Yeah, I can be…
The final car in the criminally underrated Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift was the main character’s classic Mustang built with a modern Japanese turbo straight six. And that’s exactly what we have here, in the real world.
Burnouts. The answer is burnouts.
Ordos, in Inner Mongolia, is the largest ghost city in the world. In other words, a driver's paradise.
Ken Block pulled off Gymkhana 7 with only one test in his AWD '65 Mustang before ripping the closed streets of LA. Here is that test, in full Mad Max, no doors spec.
Ford managed to group together 50 years of the best stripped, tuned, restomodded Mustangs in the country, handed the keys to some of the best stunt drivers in the world and, well, here's what happened.
What's it take to build an 845 hp AWD Gymkhana 7 car out of a '65 Mustang? Watch Chris Harris try and wrap his head around the process.
Back in '09, Ford wanted to show off the performance for their upcoming 2010 refresh of the Mustang. Instead of putting it on a drag strip or a road course, they sent it rallying.
Hey, have you seen that ad with the production crew making a video of a Mustang doing donuts? Yeah, it's fake.
So Ken Block just showed off his AWD 1965 Ford Mustang for his newest four-wheel donut Gymkhana fest. Amazingly, he wasn't the first guy to send power to the front of a '65 Mustang.
It looks like the legendary trackday special Ford Mustang GT350 is coming back, and there's something interesting about the video Ford used to make the announcement.
This is absolutely nuts: a Mustang does a burnout in at an LA car meet. A cop car tries to pull the Ford over. The Mustang makes a run for it and escapes when onlookers block the police in the parking lot.
Both of these two Mustang racers get this corner on Mexico's Autodromo Monterrey wrong. Only one saves it and the other one, well, you'll see.