Drive Wire: NASCAR Will Use The Fusion Design For Its Ford Bodies
In American racing news, NASCAR has announced it will use the new Ford Fusion design for its Ford race car bodies. While NASCAR is a spec series, meaning many of the dimensions of the race car are determined by regulations, the front end design of Ford sponsored team cars will change enough to offer slightly improved aerodynamics and frankly, better looks, if you ask us. We’re also holding out for a NASCAR-inspired two-door Fusion with the 325-horsepower engine Ford introduced last week, but we’ll probably have to dream on that one.
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