2013 Ford OlsbergsMSE Fiesta ST GRC Race Car

The 2013 Ford OlsbergsMSE Fiesta ST GRC Race Car is expected to hit the streets this summer, it is one for the ages, for sure.

It stands way ahead of its competitors in terms of speed, stability, and durability.

In addition, it boasts a host of features that make it instantly attractive to the eye.
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The car is the brainchild of top-notch engineering minds and heavily borrows from Fords rich tradition of producing high performance vehicles. Although little detail has been released to the public, one thing is for certain, OlsbergsMSE will ultimately add a unique twist to the world of motoring.

In fact, if its predecessor’s (Fiesta 2012) stunning performance is anything to go by, then this brand new car is destined for great achievements once on the road later this year.


Modifications are as you’d expect, a powerful engine, extensive braking upgrades, limited slip differential and an improved exhaust system.
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Judging from the images available from Ford, you’ll notice that the car has a pretty aggressive aerodynamic kit. Its rear and front bumpers are large and the rear wing is impressive.


The interior is equipped with the vital amenities for unmatched racing fun. The thoughtfully designed car comes with state of the art racing seats and a durable roll cage.

The first three Fiesta cars will be driven by Brian Deegan, Foust and Ken Block- all known for their excellent performance on the road. According to official reports, the new global performance car will make its competitive debut at the forthcoming Fiesta ST Global Rallycross Championships (the super car was featured at the Chicago Auto Show).

It’ll be interesting to see how this car performs once it’s introduced to the real world of racing. However, if the available images are anything to go by, I think that this car has the power to march its widespread hype.
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