Officially a Race Car

Update by Tom Suddard to the Ford Fiesta project car
Jan 2, 2013

Our Fiesta is going to be spending a lot of time on our Trailer World trailer.
We don't have a license plate, but that doesn't mean we can't have a GRM plate frame.

The day had finally come, our Fiesta was officially a real race car.

Now that our B-Spec 2012 Ford Fiesta had a Sbox Engineering roll cage, a Vision-X custom vinyl wrap, and race tires, it was time to take our little economy car off the street. The day had finally come, our Fiesta was officially a real race car. And while we could have probably gotten away with driving our race car on the street, the risks just weren’t worth it. There was one problem, though: Our Fiesta looked funny with a big empty space where the license plate goes. So, we replaced our Florida tag with a GRM license plate frame and a GRM bumper sticker.

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thefinker New Reader
1/2/13 3:16 p.m.

I hear that for each ounce of weight the GRM bumper sticker and plate frame add an additional horsepower is gained.

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