Passion for performance

At Ford, we’re committed to engineering the best performance vehicles possible. That commitment dates back to 1901 when Henry Ford and a small team of engineers developed a race car called “Sweepstakes”. It featured innovations such as mechanical fuel injection and insulated spark plugs – those breakthroughs helped Henry win the one and only race in which he ever competed.  He used the notoriety - and winnings - of that win to start Ford Motor Company eventually.
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2014 Focus ST in Tangerine Scream on the Octane Academy track

Ford Performance Racing School

It’s a great way to hone your driving skills, gain a whole new appreciation for your Ford Performance vehicle, and explore and understand its capabilities fully. Following an arrival evening reception, enjoy a full day of personalized instruction from veteran racers at a world-class facility that includes multiple challenging road course configurations as well as desert terrain. And better yet, the experience is exclusive to you as a member of a special club – Ford Performance vehicle owners.

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Mustang Mach-E 1400: The Hot Sauce Edition

To showcase the all-electric Mustang Mach-E 1400’s exhilarating, adrenaline-pounding capabilities, Ford Performance joined forces with an unsuspecting partner... Hot Ones.
Closed course. Professional driver. Do not attempt. Not for sale.

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Performance And Technology

Performance lineup

Two 2020 Ford Mustang G T 3 50 vehicles driving alongside one another on racetrack


The Shelby GT350® offers precision-tuned suspension and handling that’s perfect when your idea of fun is rather twisted. The upgraded MagneRide® Damping System monitors and adjusts itself one thousand times per second. The entire car was designed, engineered and built so that the springs, sway bars and dampers work together as one finely tuned unit. We also added lightweight chassis components and, for 2020, a set of Michelin® Pilot® Sport Cup 2 tires with a Shelby GT350-specific tread pattern.

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Side view of 2020 Ford Mustang G T 500 on dirt road in front of hill


Shelby GT500® is the most powerful street-legal Ford vehicle of all time. It combines a supercharged 5.2-liter V8 engine and a TREMEC 7-speed transmission for awe-inspiring power. The GT500 was designed with fighter jets in mind — resulting in a precise and aerodynamic exterior and a top speed of 186 mph. With an ergonomic build and superior powertrain, the GT500 takes performance to new heights as the fastest Mustang ever on a straight line and around curves.


GT500 and Shelby are registered trademarks of the Carroll Hall Shelby Trust. Available Fall 2019.

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2020 Ford Edge S T shown in Ford Performance Blue

2020 EDGE ST

335 hp and 380 lb.-ft. of torque,* a 2.7L V6 turbocharged EcoBoost®  engine, available wireless charging** and an array of driver-assist features.

*Horsepower and torque ratings based on premium fuel per SAE J1349® standard. Your results may vary.

**Available Qi wireless charging may not be compatible with all phones.

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2020 F 1 50 Raptor in Avalanche

2020 F-150 RAPTOR

450 HP

The monster that was born in Baja. It generates jaw-dropping horsepower and torque from its high-output 3.5L EcoBoost engine and 10-speed transmission. It rides on 3.0-inch Fox Racing SHOX™. And Raptor's class-exclusive available beadlock-capable wheels let you deflate for ultimate traction without letting go of the tires. It’s part truck, part rocket.

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2017 Ford GT in Liquid Red Tri coat with Frozen White stripes


647 HP

This is what cutting-edge innovation looks like. From its 3.5L EcoBoost technology to its ultra-efficient aerodynamics, the Ford GT is the culmination of everything great we do at Ford. It’s what led to our win at Le Mans. It’s the same passion for innovation that can be seen throughout our entire vehicle lineup. 

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