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Some of you guys may have read about the 2010 NASCAR Mustangs that will be coming out.

 

There is one new one out now sponsored by the trucking company, Con-way Freight. My dad works for this company, and he said that the car was bought for 10 million dollars.

 

Just thought that this was interesting....the Mustang being a race car and all....just want to hear your thoughts.

 

http://www.con-wayracing.com/

 

http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2009/10...g-race-car.html

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Most likely that's what Con-Way is paying for Sponsorship to Roush/Fenway

 

10m for Nationwide Series

 

15m to 20m for Sprint Cup Series

 

 

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Some of you guys may have read about the 2010 NASCAR Mustangs that will be coming out.

 

There is one new one out now sponsored by the trucking company, Con-way Freight. My dad works for this company, and he said that the car was bought for 10 million dollars.

 

Just thought that this was interesting....the Mustang being a race car and all....just want to hear your thoughts.

 

http://www.con-wayracing.com/

 

http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2009/10...g-race-car.html

 

 

:headscratch: I just received an e-mail from Ford Racing News which showed the picture of the "new" NASCAR Mustang. The car appears to be nothing more than the current Fusion with different headlight stickers on the nose. The roof slope is not Mustang and the rear side windows are way bigger than any Mustang. It's a shame that NASCAR continues to get away from "stock" based cars. Personally I like the various road racing series' that use production based platforms. Just my opinion :shift:

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I just received an e-mail from Ford Racing News which showed the picture of the "new" NASCAR Mustang. The car appears to be nothing more than the current Fusion with different headlight stickers on the nose. The roof slope is not Mustang and the rear side windows are way bigger than any Mustang.

 

Yep, it's just a Nationwide car with a few different stickers on the front. Nonetheless, it will sound better on the track when the driver says his "Ford Mustang was handling well". Whoever believed them, anyway, when they said "My Toyota Camry was really handling well through that first turn (at 180 mph)"? Anyone ever seen a fast Camry or Taurus?

 

The Roush press conference:

 

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