Ford essentially ruled the world’s racetracks in the 1960s. Its “Total Performance” program stretched from the drag strips and big ovals of America to the East African Safari Rallys and Europe’s historic road courses. Ford even kicked Enzo’s culo at Le Mans. Company chairman Henry Ford II, with the help of men like Carroll Shelby, Bob Tasca, and Holman and Moody, was collecting checkered flags all over the globe in nearly every form of motorsport to improve the image of his brands.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/04/12/best-ford-muscle-cars-that-arent-mustangs%20