Ford has something else to crow about with their popular 2005 Mustang GT, a win in its debut race in Grand-Am Cup. Co-drivers Ian James and Tom Nastasi took the No. 5 Blackforest Motorsports Mustang GT to victory at Daytona International Speedway for the first ever Grand-Am Cup Series overall victory for a Mustang. Multimatic Motorsports Mustang took second followed by a pair of BMW M3s and a Porsche. For those looking into what makes the Cup GT special, one addition is the 5.0-liter Cammer 'R50' V-8. More info on that engine and the Mustang "Body in White" program can be found at Ford RacingParts.com.
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