There shouldn’t be any doubt regarding the style and design of the Ford GT. For such beautiful supercars they must be driven on stunning locale. One such venue is the Arctic Circle Raceway which is situated in Norway. The name of this circuit is derived from the nearest location which is the Arctic Circle. It is the northern most circuit in the world. This 647 horsepower supercar is an absolute pleasure to be driven on such circuit. In this post, Evo reviews Ford GT and conveys what a stunning drive this supercar it is.
The reviewer name is Steve Sutcliffe and there is another protagonist in this review. He is Stefan Mücke who is Pro racer who attempts a new lap record at this circuit using the road tires. At the end of the clip, you will notice that it is fats enough for such feat. Sutcliffe added if the Ford GT was driven using racing tires, the time would be considerably less by six or even seven seconds. What is most interesting is the fact that Stefan Mücke has never driven GT before other than Le Mans car. The way he handles this supercar is commendable.
Ford GT is powered using twin-turbocharged 3.5 liter EcoBoost V6 engine. This engine gives an output of 647 horsepower and 550 lb-ft of torque. The new GT is designed to win the Le Mans 24 Hours and hence, it is quite close to any race car. For now check the complete review of Ford GT on the picturesque Arctic Circle Raceway. Do tell us what you think about this supercar.