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Ford GT drags Dodge Demon - video
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27th Jan 2019
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Ford GT drags Dodge Demon - video

They're both yellow, they're both American and they're both very, very fast. But the Dodge Demon and Ford GT are completely different vehicles, with completely different mission statements. Where the Ford GT is derived from racing, with a carbon-fibre tub and a twin-turbo V6 engine making 470kW and 731Nm, the Demon is a street car adapted for life on the drag strip.
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Scott Collie
Le Mans-winning Ford GT coming to Bathurst
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18th Sep 2018
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Le Mans-winning Ford GT coming to Bathurst

Ford Performance has secured racing royalty to display at the 2018 Bathurst 1000, announcing its Le Mans class-winning GT will put on a show for the crowd at the 'Great Race'. Ryan Briscoe, Australian full-time Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver, will pilot the EcoBoost V6-powered racer around Mount Panorama circuit ahead of the main event. Ford hasn't said exactly how many laps the car will do, but did promise flying laps. “Nothing quite compares to Bathurst,” Briscoe said.
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Scott Collie
Around the Tracks: Tesla on the track, Ferrari talking design
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11th Mar 2018
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Around the Tracks: Tesla on the track, Ferrari talking design

When we’re not creating it ourselves, the CarAdvice team spends a lot of time finding and consuming motoring content from all over the world. Here’s a handful of the articles, videos and social media posts that most caught our eye last week. Some of them are brand-new, others have been online for a while. Enjoy them – just not too much, okay? The elusive Tesla Model 3 is finally finding its way to customers – it was just a matter of time before someone took one to the track.
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Scott Collie
Ford GT production extended for two years
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22nd Aug 2016
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Ford GT production extended for two years

Ford Performance has announced it is extending the production of its limited-run GT supercar, essentially doubling the amount of cars originally planned. Initially limited to just 500 units over two years, production of the Ford GT has been extended to four years, meaning a potential 1000 of the Blue Oval's marquee supercar – since 250 GTs are being built per year – could be built, essentially doubling the amount of available vehicles.
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James Wong