The new Ford Shelby GT350R-C broke cover at Watkins Glen International June 25 and immediately impressed, with Scott Maxwell taking the latest-generation Mustang to a debut pole position and both Multimatic Motorsports-entered cars leading laps and finishing inside the top 10.
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“The Boss was a fantastic car and we had a lot of race wins,” said driver Billy Johnson.
“But this GT350R-C has taken it to a completely different level, with the build, with how much better the street car is and how much better and cooler the race car is.” Johnson, along with co-driver Maxwell, has played an integral part in the car’s development, which began nearly eight months ago, once the specification of the GT350R production car was finalized.