SuperCar Sunday Revisited


Another clean American classic from the blue oval brand.
A pair of braces stiffens up the front of the chassis by connecting the shock towers to the rear firewall. An additional brace goes across the engine bay forming a big triangle to help keep the chassis from flexing in the corners.
A number of more modern Mustangs were also in attendance.
Like many of the cars at SuperCar Sunday, this one was outfitted with sticky rubber (Michelin Pilot Super Sports) and big brakes (StopTechs) to handle the twisty roads. Modern pony cars like to turn quickly too.
This was a first for me, a Beladonna which is essentially a Ford GT with a body kit.
It has many scoops, vents, and things.
And Toyo R888s to turn fast.

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