The Ford Mustang prototype Australian Supercars series has been screened for testing


There is no noise, Ford Ford Mustang's automobile, which is run by Ford Performance for the Australian SUPERCARS Tourist series. It is still hidden in the mop, but there is nothing much hidden – especially at the height of the wing hanging behind.

The Australian Supercars Championship consists of cars freely based on actual manufacturing machines, but they use a common chassis. The teams can organize cars, see how they look. The engine rules correspond to Mustang, because the maximum engine size is 5.0 liter V8. The teams are allowed small and different engine configurations, but now that the recent rule has changed the effect. Mustang will replace the Ford Falcon race car, which Ford actually pulled the competition after the 2015 season. It's just a weapon that Ford has returned to Mustang.

This time, Ford is working on the DJR Team Penske and Tickford Racing Teams car. Although it is still recognizable as a Mustang, there are plenty of noticeable differences we can see in the photos. His roofline looks significantly higher than any Mustang you can buy today. Rollcage seems to be responsible for that extra height. It's not quite slick, but racers may have a better chance of being out of things longer and more correctly with a storm. The length seems to have increased. His extended splitter and incredibly enormous wing aid to the perception, but the chassis control rules are an effort that will change too.

Ford was released this Images from the first prototype test session. The first race is by the end of February 2019. The blue oval-backed racing team has yet to prepare for a new Mustang competition.

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