Ever get the feeling that there are just too many Ferraris in endurance racing nowadays? Lonely Ferraris? You know, without Fords tinkling in their tortellini? Well, then today is your lucky day: Road & Track reports that Ford may be coming back to Le Mans with a new factory Ford GT program in 2016. Holy. Crap.
I'll tell you when I first realized that we have a serious problem. It was just a few days ago, when I came up behind a car in traffic with one of those enormous plastic license plate frames. Printed on top was the name of the dealer – something like "ANDERSON MOTORS." And on the bottom, in the same enormous font, were the words "JESUS SAVES".
Talk of Ford returning to Le Mans won't go away, and the latest rumors are juicy and have legs: A 2016 GTE-class program marking the 50th anniversary of the Ford GT Mark II's victory seems in the cards, with an all-new Ford GT.
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True story: Following my recent trip to Italy, during which I spent the better part of three days in and around Dainese’s headquarters in Vicenza, I told a friend that I had the opportunity to interview the founder of the company, Lino Dainese. He replied, “I didn’t even know there was a ‘Mr. Dainese.’” In [...]