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Somebody’s gonna win a hot hatch this year courtesy of Goodguys and Ford! Ford Motor Company and Goodguys have teamed up yet again this season for another spectacular Giveaway Car program. Together, Goodguys and Ford have given away 5 brand new Mustang GT hot rods over the past several years. This year’s giveaway car is a whole new breed however –– a 252 horsepower turbocharged Focus ST hatchback!
Our friends at Bernal Auto Style were offered a blank canvas to design the Focus, coming up with a flat black & yellow theme that’s sure to please! The new design will actually be a complete vinyl wrap courtesy of PRO Wraps. The 18-inch Motegi Racing MR 120 wheels and Steeda Body Kit add a competition flair sure to please any gear head!
In addition, a big box of Ford Racing goodies has arrived for the project, including lowering springs, cat back exhaust, short shifter and a cold air intake system. Not only will the Focus ST look good, run good and sound good, it will handle like a slot car!
Interested? Of course you are! The Goodguys Ford Focus ST is scheduled to debut in fully modded trim Friday, March 8th at the 4th Spring Nationals at Westworld in Scottsdale. Here’s how to register to win it:
-Beginning on 3/8/13 register to win at a kiosk at one of our 19 events this year
-Beginning on 3/8/13 Register to win online @ www.good-guys.com
-Contest concludes the first week of December 2013 at which time a computer randomly draws the winner from the pool of entrants. The winner will be announced on or about December 13th, 2013.
The wait is almost over, the Ducati 1199 Panigale on its way.
The new generation Superbike will be unveiled at the EICMA International Motorcycle Show in Milan 10-13 November.
The new model not only will deliver record performance, breathtaking design and technical innovation, it also breaks with our Superbike tradition by adding a name to its 1199cc engine capacity, making a significant and warm association to its historic roots in the Borgo Panigale (pronounced "Pan-ee-gah-lee") area of Bologna. In an Italian territory known as "Motor Valley" and where high performance and racing runs through the veins of its passionate people, we decided to underline our pride in being world ambassadors for the "Made in Italy"