By the time the next Mustang arrived, the new engine and chassis had already been built and the new car was ready for a test drive.
I had been working with the guys at Shelby for about three years and had a lot of respect for their passion and hard work.
In the summer of 2017, the company had already finished building the next generation of Mustang’s engines and chassis.
Shelby had designed a new, more powerful, more compact supercharger, a new twin-scroll turbocharger that was powered by a twin-turbocharged, twin-cam V8 engine.
Shelby wanted to take a step backward in power generation, but the twin-vortices design had been proven to be a big leap forward.
But as the new powertrain was being tested, Shelby had noticed that some of the engines were struggling a bit and needed more power to get them running.
So, in an effort to get to the bottom of the problem, Shelby came up with a different approach: they would take the stock V8s and replace them with a supercharged superchargers.
It was a pretty big leap in horsepower and torque, but it was the right one.
The superchargors would deliver more power, and the stock cars would be quicker.
The result was a more powerful and more efficient engine and more powerful chassis.
The engine and the chassis were the same.
But the new cars, equipped with the supercharges, were quicker and had much more power.
In fact, the stock Mustang’s acceleration numbers had jumped by more than three seconds, up from a 0-100 mph time of 5.3 seconds.
The first of two tests, the second of which involved an engine-only test with a stock car, was the most important test.
I was asked to drive the new Mustang in the first test.
In this test, we had to make a left turn at the bottom and brake hard to keep the car from spinning.
As we pulled into the garage, Shelby told me that the car was too light.
The car was in the air and the tires were too wet to grip the road.
We decided to do a quick stop at the corner and then accelerate to 50 mph.
The front wheels and the car were spinning fast enough that it looked like we were going to hit the brakes, but we didn’t.
We could only slow the car down slightly before we had a chance to get out and let it roll.
I could feel the torque coming off the car and it was coming at me like a cannon.
It came from the supercharged, and I could hear it crunching through the tires.
The Mustang’s suspension and brakes were giving me a hard time.
The steering was a little off.
It didn’t seem to know where it was going, and it didn’t want to take off.
I couldn’t hear the brakes.
I remember my mind was racing as to what we should do next.
I think I just said, “What do we do?
We should just do it.”
I thought, “I can’t do this.”
So I just kept doing the tests.
It felt good to be on the track.
But I couldn