With exclusive first-hand commentary, this classic video from Ford Racing tells the Ford GT story with a special focus on victory at LeMans.
This little 11-minute film from Ford Racing, produced in 2011, tells the story of the Ford GT program through the eyes of three people with unique vantage points.
+ Edsel Ford II, Ford Motor Company executive and the son of Henry Ford II—the man responsible for launching the Ford GT racing program and driving it to success at all costs.
+ Dan Gurney, co-driver with A.J. Foyt of the Ford GT Mk. IV that won the 24 Hours of LeMans in 1967.
+ Mose Nowland, the Ford engineer (just recently retired) who played a key role in the company’s racing engine developments for decades, including the GT program and its multiple LeMans victories.
These three men each supply a unique point of view in telling one of the great stories in American motorsports. Video below.