The first Ford GT in Scandinavia was given to a partially paralyzed DaneFebruary 9, 2018
The first copy of the Ford GT supercar, delivered to Scandinavia, was partially paralyzed by racing driver Jason Watt. Video from the ceremony of the car transfer to the client is published on the official YouTube channel of the European division of Ford.
In the mid-1990’s, Watt performed in various Formula Series and Body Championships. In 1999, Jason got into an accident on a motorcycle, as a result of which the lower part of his body paralyzed, but even after that, Watt continued to race. In 2002, on a specially prepared car, he became the champion of the Danish Touring Championship.
At the ceremony to receive the car, Watt said that his 655-hp GT will be the fastest car in the world, which can be parked on the ground for disabled people.
The first owners of the GT in the world were the chairman of Ford’s board of directors Bill Ford and the company’s CEO Mark Fields.