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2013 Ford Mustang RTR Monster Energy Falken Tire by Vaughn Gittin

It’s not hard to come to grips with the fact that we’re all envious of Vaughn Gittin Jr. Not only is the man considered one of the best race car drivers in the world, but he’s also a master drifter of the highest order.

But if there’s one thing that really makes us jealous of Gittin Jr., it’s that he gets to drive a pretty sick, custom-tuned Ford Mustang during the Formula Drift season.

For 2012, Gittin Jr. will be fielding a sick-as-they-come Mustang that comes with a fully modded 6.7-liter V8 engine that produces a sick 800 horsepower. Built by Ford Racing and Roush Yates, the 410-cubic-inch powertrain gives Gittin Jr. plenty of ammo as he tries to conquer the 2012 Formula Drift season, especially after a disappointing 2011 year that saw the man finish 11th in the standings.

Gittin Jr is looking at the 2012 season as the perfect bounce-back year, where he is expected to challenge for the championship only two years removed from his last title reign.

With an 800-horsepower Ford Mustang RTR by his side, we don’t expect anything less from the man that has made his name in the world of auto drifting.


5 comments:

It looks like sloppily designed by some rebellious teen, to be honest. Vaughn Gittin is just as bad at designing, but I admire their capability to upgrade its engine efficiently.

I don’t like how elaborate the exterior looks. Anyway, they’ve upgraded its engine at least, to match up on how greatly attention-catching its appearance is.

After reading all those articles claiming to be the most powerful, I don’t know anymore. Vaughn Gittin has truly surpassed the limits which I thought to be the standards.

Its exterior seemed to be a wall of organized graffiti. It’s most certainly not attractive, but I must say that it cannot not catch attention.

I’ll not refuse to admit that Vaughn has made the monster innovation more powerful, but what they have done to its exterior is outrageous.

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