• Nov 20, 2006


Dang, we're already at episode 22 of the Ford Bold Moves web-based documentary that has been chronicling the ins and outs of FoMoCo as it tries to resurrect respect for itself among the motoring public. There's been some good episodes in the past 22, and we've also suffered through some infommercials for current and upcoming Ford products. Episode 22, however, takes us to the company's new Dearborn test facility where Ford Racing Team drivers get their first crack at the GT500. It's entertaining enough to watch Ford personnel tell the likes of Jack Roush, Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth to "use common sense out there" on the track, but this episode is made by the excellent videography that ensues from suction-cupping cameras to a GT500 that's being absolutely punished by some of the best drivers in the world. Our heart goes out to Ford Marketing Manager Jim Owens who sat shotgun in the GT500 lap after lap while each pro driver tried his best to impress his buddies back in the paddock.

[Source: Ford Bold Moves]


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