They say you should never meet your heroes. In this case, you should make an exception.
Ford’s “Sweepstakes” made an estimated 26 horsepower with a 539-cubic-inch engine. What a beast.
More than a century after Henry Ford’s first race, his automobile company is still at it.
Ford’s Le Mans-winning GT40 is on a shortlist for the International Historic Motoring Awards “Car of the Year” title.
You could say that Ford Motor Company was born out of racing, in a sense.
Love is love – even if it is for a light commercial vehicle.
This is about as enviable as journalistic assignments come.
What drove design and development of the 2017 Ford GT’s predecessor? Watch this hour-long seminar; you might learn something.
Mr. Alan Mulally, who led Ford through the Great Recession, is now officially a key name in automotive history.
Like the former First Lady herself, the 1961 Lincoln Continental was the embodiment of class.
The 1948 Ford F-1 and 1965 Ford F-100 are being immortalized on a pair of first-class USPS postage stamps.
Here’s to three more years of racing triumphs for the Ford GT.
Mr. Homer L. Perry, who helped guide the Ford GT40 to victory at Le Mans in 1966, passed away in June.