The vast majority of us will never get to drive the new Ford GT. Racing fans can, however, look forward to watching it race on tracks around the world. And with parallel entries in both the IMSA United SportsCar Championship and the FIA World Endurance Championship, Dearborn's new supercar will have a very busy schedule. So no matter where you live across the United States or around the world, chances are it'll be racing at a track near you.

Chip Ganassi Racing will be campaigning the Ford GT here in America starting off in Florida at Daytona, then at Sebring. From there the circus crosses to the opposite coast to hit Long Beach and Laguna Seca in Florida, then heads north to Watkins Glen in upstate New York, Mosport in Canada, Lime Rock in Connecticut, and Road America in Wisconsin. Then it's down south again to VIR in Virginia, the Circuit of the Americas in Texas, and Road Atlanta in Georgia.

Meanwhile overseas, Ganassi will be teaming up with Multimatic to field the new in the WEC that kicks off at Silvestone. Then it's off to Spa before the headline event at Le Mans. The Nürburgring is next, followed by Mexico and Austin, before heading over to Asia for races in Japan, Shanghai, and Bahrain. Drum up your level of excitement with the video below, featuring the big man Chip Ganassi himself and footage of the competition-spec Ford GT lapping Mosport.

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