The Ford GT40 Race Car Formula Did Not Apply Well To the Street

The GT40 may have dominated on the racetrack, but that same formula failed to translate into a successful road-going version.

Meet the GT40 Mk III—a longer, more relaxed take on the mid-engined machine that was built to win at Le Mans.

Read about this unique chapter in the history of the iconic GT40, and why the road-going version of the car that beat Ferrari failed to be a success over on Classic Motorsports.

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