Ford Ranger Raptor turns into a racing truckNovember 2, 2020
The latest video, which appeared on the overseas YouTube channel CB Media, shows a racing version of the mid-size Ford Ranger truck.
The term racing truck can mean many different things. While some might imagine a Baja Trophy Truck rally, others might imagine a Nascar racing truck designed to run on the Daytona International Freeway at 321.8 km / h. The latest video from the CB Media team captures a racing version of the Ford Ranger midsize truck.
The Ford Motorsport Thailand team needed to get their Ford Ranger Raptor Race Truck ready for the upcoming Chang Circuit – the same circuit that hosts the MotoGP – in Buriram, Thailand.
In addition to the long name, the truck is intended to compete in the super pickup class of the Thai Super Series, a regional championship that takes place on local race tracks.
Under the hood is a 3.2-liter inline five-cylinder turbo diesel that’s definitely powerful, but for the spec class, power isn’t everything. Since tires are also class-limited, special attention is paid to suspension tuning and driver skills. So truck number 03 with Sandy Stuvik at the wheel, an energetic young driver who also competes in the local GT3 championship in an Audi R8 LMS GT3, looks good.
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