2012 Ford Formula. At the Frankfurt Motor show 2011, now turn raises Ford racing car version. The design of this car resembles a car for F1. The concept of the color blue to a major choice to make it look brighter and brighter. Ford’s company was deliberately produced this car in order to test their riders to be able to compete with other racers.
The advanced technology employed by Ford, referring to the direct injection 1.6-liter EcoBoost, which turbochanged Machine, and is limited to producing about 165 FPS and 220 Nm. Six sequential transmission with a mechanical shift mechanism. All specifications are applied are also useful as a point of optimal performance for this car.
Freedom of chassis design, engine build and numerous technical items of specification have always been standout features of Formula Ford and this continues with the 2012 specification car. With only Formula 1 and Formula 3 offering this same level of freedom, it helps drive technical standards to exceptionally high levels from car manufacturers, teams and drivers alike. The different implications of car set-up and each individual chassis variation, create a steep learning curve for drivers in particular, helping to accelerate the development of their abilities to take the next step in motorsport.
Ford’s global kinetic design philosophy is also echoed in the new-generation car, giving fans of the championship a style they can easily recognise. Car manufacturers will still be able to add that crucial individual touch to their cars though, with only the requirement to keep specific parts developed for aerodynamic equivalence mandated in the regulations.
For race teams and car manufactures Formula Ford represents a fantastic opportunity to prove their abilities and highlights Ford’s dedication to continuing its support of motorsport. From World Rally Championship to single seat racing, Ford’s motorsport heritage is one of the longest and strongest of any manufacturer. The 2012 specification Formula Ford car will carry that torch into the future with some style.
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