Other highlights include front and rear tow hooks, reinforced jacking points, underbody tie-down hoops for easy transport, a Recaro FIA-approved race seat, a Sparco quick-release steering wheel, a Sparco FIA racing harness, and a Sparco FIA fire-suppression system. Safecraft supplies the FIA safety nets, while MoTeC makes the data display and logging system. A fuel cell is also included. A roll cage, Multimatic DSSV dampers, adjustable front camber plates, adjustable anti-roll bars, and additional seam welding have stiffened the chassis, and the entire package is completed by Ford Performance Parts R1 flow-formed 19×10.5-inch front wheels and 19×11-inch rear wheels, all wrapped in bespoke Michelin slick tires developed specifically for the Mustang Challenge (sold separately). The rolling assembly is fastened together with MSI wheel studs and open lug nuts.
What does all this cost? No less than $145,000. Deliveries begin later this year.
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