At this year’s annual Performance Racing Industry show held in Indianapolis, Ford revealed the all-new Ford Shelby FP350S, a track-only, non-street-legal sports car that will be available to order at Ford dealerships soon.
The Shelby FP350S is designed for road racing sprint events like NASA and SCAA club racing and follows in the footsteps of other Ford Performance cars, including the recently unveiled Shelby GT350R-C and GT4, which debuted at the SEMA show earlier this year.
The Shelby FP350S will come with a 5.2-liter V8 engine with four valves per cylinder and a Tremec 3160 manual transmission for incredible power and handling. It will be built with a modified unibody chassis with seam welding and six-point roll cage, race oriented-exhaust, and race-oriented suspension. This is added to by a performance-oriented oil pan and oil cooler and a MOTEC data-acquisition system.
The global director of Ford Performance, David Pericak, said that the Shelby FP350S is the latest in Ford Performance’s efforts to “provide those who want to race with the equipment that enables them to compete and win.”
The FP350S’s performance splitter and carbon fiber adjustable rear wing, along with its racing seat and quick-release steering wheel, all contribute to the car’s exceptional ability to compete and win in races. We can’t wait to see the new Shelby being driven.