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The Ford GT is based on the 1967 Ford Zephyr as part of Ford's new program of use of heritage platform cars called the Global Ford platform. The racing version debuted at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2005 and became the first GT to attempt and achieve a full course world championship in automobile racing. The GT received two such championships in 2005 and 2006 when it won the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the GT1 Class at the 24 Hours of Daytona, Motor Racing Championships at Road Atlanta, the 12 Hours of Sebring and the Petit Le Mans.
The main goals of the project were to bring racing technology to the road and to respond to the huge demand for sport coupes (including the GT). The GT has the same engine and transmission as the rear-wheel drive F-150 but with a weight distribution of 55/45 front/rear. To compensate for the low relative center of gravity, the rear suspension is 50 percent stiffer (five times stiffer than a normal car) and uses a cable system to transfer power to the rear wheels. It has an independent suspension at all four corners. The road-going Ford GT has a closed differential to bring the power to the ground, unlike the previous open differential used for racing. The body has a rigid monocoque of ultra high-strength steel, often referred to as a "ship in a bottle." Its engine compartment remains under the passenger cabin.
The Ford GT features many technologies unique at its time including a superplastic-formed frame, aluminum body panels, roll-bonded floor panels, a friction stir welded center tunnel, covered by a magnesium center console, a "ship-in-a-bottle" gas tank, a capless fuel filler system, one-piece panels, and an aluminum engine cover with a one-piece carbon fiber inner panel.
The GT featured a fully independent rear suspension with a transverse control arm setup and control arms with upper ball joints. The steering is rack-and-pinion and the braking system on new GT models is a competition-grade electro hydraulic recirculating valve type system. d2c66b5586